This was the first wine we ever selected from Seguin-Manuel, back in the 2010 vintage, and that bottle has now reached its peak for delicious drinking. Coming from the family’s own 50 year-old vineyards, it is again one of the best wines, and greatest values, in the cellar. 30% whole bunches were added to the fermentation vat. Colour is not deep, but a characteristic Burgundian Pinot Noir ruby-purple. Nose is fragrant and fresh, palate has medium weight, with an abundance of supple, concentrated fruitiness. Fine balance, gentle tannins and fresh length complete the picture (for drinking 2023-2030+).
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