Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Maranges 1er Cru "La Fussière" 2007, Bruno Colin


Being almost half Scottish I can get enthusiastic about bargains, this Maranges 1er Cru 2007 from the respected Chassagne-based producer Bruno Colin is a bargain indeed. This cheeky little pinot, from the fresh 2007 vintage has evolved wonderfully. A very fresh, lively nose, more on the berries than on floral notes reveals cranberry, juniper, pigeon and rosehip aromas. After several hours of evolution there is more chestnut and cinnamon. Flavours of raspberry, red currant jelly, tobacco, cooked orange and arrow root. Bright and tangy finish but shows off a plump edge at the finish. Starting to dry out on the fin de bouche -- a touch of tobacco. Will be good for another year then the fruit will fall away. Scores 27/30 for a Maranges.  

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