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Alain Geoffroy 2018 Bourgogne Pinot Noir
Always showing ravishingly pretty, pure stone fruit evocative of grander origins than the simple Bourgogne appellation. In 2016, exceptionally low yields of two tons an acre helped, and the decision was made not to fine given the elegance of the fruit. Successive tiny vintages have necessitated a price increase, but this still offers good value for such quality. This is true also of the 2018 tariff-affected vintage, which has the expected velour and hedonism of this most friendly of years. From vineyards in Bleigny le Carreau, just 2 km. west of the winery.
Pinot Noir 100%
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