Superb Red Burgundy from Pommard
This wine tastes bigger than its classification. That’s because all the grapes are grown in the town of Pommard. These declassified grapes produce such a full-bodied, entry-level wine that people call it a “steak lover’s Pinot”.
Tasting Note: Youthful tannins and crisp acidity underlie the bing cherry/berry fruit. Zesty and fruity.
Critics: Jancis Robinson 16.5/20 (average producer score)