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Patriarche Nuits-Saint-Georges Aux Murgers Pinot Noir

2010 Patriarche Père et Fils Nuits-Saint-Georges Premier Cru Aux Murgers Pinot Noir Crimson, Burgundy, France

Rating: 91/100

The 1er Cru vineyards of Aux Murgers is a categorised appellation space North of the Nuits-Saint-Georges village within the Cotes de Nuits zone of Burgundy.

Like many vineyards, Aux Murgers produces solely Pinot Noir grapes which have been clearly additionally used to make this wine by Patriarche Père et Fils.

In previous French, a murger is a dry-stone wall.

Total Tasting Notes & Impressions

A ripe and upfront fruity Pinot Noir, stuffed with opulent and pungent flavors of bitter cherry and redcurrant, and that includes large burst of white pepper spiciness in addition to attractive a sweet-tasting nutmeg character.

The palate is clean and beneficiant, filled with pressure between a dry crispy acidity, with parts of vegetal character tasting like strawberry seeds, and the opulence delivered by cherry liqueur flavors.

A luscious, easy-to-enjoy Pinot Noir Burgundy wine, with depth and layers of spicy complexity, the correct quantity of oaky goodness, and positively the generosity of a luscious 2010 classic.

Take pleasure in 🙂

Julien Miquel

Patriarche Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Aux Murgers Label Pictures

Patriarche Père et Fils Crémant de Bourgogne Brut Glowing Wine, France

Rating: 89+/100

Patriarche’s Burgundy Crémant glowing wine is made predominately from Chardonnay grapes, with Pinot Noir utilizing the standard methodology of bottle fermentation like Champagne wine.

The bottom wines are bottled in January of the yr following harvesting and aged on lees of their bottles for 12 to 15 months.

Tasting Notes

This Burgundy bubbly is available in a chic lemon-yellow coloration, trying clear and brilliant, fairly shiny in reality, with hints of gold and inexperienced hues.

The nostril is refined and chic too, that includes exact fruity notes delivered with a clear expression, lime and lemon, apple and recent pineapple. Add hints of whipped cream aromas for an general tempting fragrant profile.

The palate contains a tender creaminess, with easy bubbles containing the full of life acidity. The dosage (added sugar) appears just a little excessive, giving this Brut a slight off-dry really feel which underlines the fruitiness of dominant citrusy and stonefruit flavors.

But, the general crisp acidity offers a lot freshness and a lime-like impression to the tasting. Fairly lengthy a end, of touches of vegetal acacia leaf notes and lime, augmented by barely drying phenolics for a salivating velvety drying and savory really feel to the end.


A exact, recent, crisp, and fruity glowing wine, delivering sharp lime and lemon flavors principally, in a coat of very French class and finesse of the bubbles. Properly-made and correct, with a fruity and barely creamy expression, pleasing.

So, take pleasure in…

Julien Miquel

Patriarche Brut Crémant de Bourgogne Label Photographs