Nicolas Potel Bourgogne 2012

Jeffery Lindenmuth - September 2014

Potel crafts this medium-bodied, nicely restrained Pinot, sourced primarily from Côte d’Or vines, offering pleasant strawberry and red currant fruit flavors, with aromas of earthy forest and hints of smoke before finishing with soft tannins.
Score: 85
Cost: $128
Cases: 30,000

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