Boursot Chambolle-Musigny 1er Lavrottes 2019
They began making wine in Chambolle-Musigny back in 1550, and nearly five centuries later they’re still farming many of the same soils. The most recent generation has upgraded the facilities and the focus, and their wines have begun to gain substantial critical interest.
From a vineyard across the road from the great Grand Cru Bonne Mares, Boursot produces two barrels (600 bottles) of Chambolle 1er cru “Lavrottes.” The 2019 has a similar nose to the Chatelots, but it has even more depth and intensity in the mouth. There is lovely honeyed fruit with a touch of mint on the palate, and some floral violet aromas show up at the finish. It’s a more serious wine, with less perfume and more structure depth than Chatelots.
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