90pts Jeb Dunnuck
The 2017 Bourgogne is a brilliant little appellation wine that brings the goods, offering a light ruby hue as well as complex notes of sweet cherries, raspberries, spring flowers, and sappy, almost resinous herbs. Beautifully balanced, medium to light-bodied, and graceful on the palate, it’s a smoking good 2017 to enjoy over the coming 5-8 years.
Bourgogne Pinot Noir, also known as Bourgogne Rouge, has a fairly intense colour, varying in intensity according to the vintage. It often has a violet tinge when young. This wine opens out early and offers a wide range of red berry aromas, sometimes developing animal hints when mature. The structure is supple; owing to the moderate tannin content. Bourgogne Pinot Noir can be drunk young, when it will already reveal elegance and typicity.