Joseph Drouhin Laforet Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2012

Ratings on Delectable

Adam Jesberger Delectable Pro

Great stinky burgundy on the cheap

Great stinky burgundy on the cheap

8.8

Roger Cabrera Delectable Pro

Flat in the mid palate. But if you need to pair an inexpensive burgundy with a plethora of courses, it works. Earthy with substantial raspberry and red cherry notes. The oak is subdued.

Flat in the mid palate. But if you need to pair an inexpensive burgundy with a plethora of courses, it works. Earthy with substantial raspberry and red cherry notes. The oak is subdued.

8.0

Nick Bauer

Wet ND subtle

Wet ND subtle

9.0

Vicki Wielenga

Soft and fruity, but it takes a little getting used to. Paired well with a sheep's milk cheese.

Soft and fruity, but it takes a little getting used to. Paired well with a sheep's milk cheese.

9.0

Jake Austin

Complex, dry, tasty. Would bang again.

Complex, dry, tasty. Would bang again.

9.0

Baron Guinther

Slightly bitter but comes out in the aftertaste.

Slightly bitter but comes out in the aftertaste.

8.7

Jeremy Buss

A very good standard for Pinot Noir. You can pull this out and know exactly what you get.

A very good standard for Pinot Noir. You can pull this out and know exactly what you get.

8.8

RobPITSKO

Slightly lighter red color matches soft fruit on the nose... Raspberries give way to spice and a quick finish with remnants of earth and some heat

Slightly lighter red color matches soft fruit on the nose... Raspberries give way to spice and a quick finish with remnants of earth and some heat

8.8

Konstantin Rupasov

Awesome Bourgogne Pinot: green cherries, grape seeds, redberry. Light but spicy and fresh.

Awesome Bourgogne Pinot: green cherries, grape seeds, redberry. Light but spicy and fresh.

8.8

Craig Oley

too light, sweet, and fruity for me

too light, sweet, and fruity for me

8.2

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