Domaine Ponsot Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2009

$325

Somewhat surprisingly, here the nose is even more elegant than that of the Griotte with its cool, airy and pure red cherry-liqueur, spice and essence of liquid minerality suffused nose that leads to dense, intense and equally mineral-driven big-bodied but refined flavors, all wrapped in a beautifully detailed, explosively long and youthfully austere finish... Burghound

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Ratings on Delectable

Aaron Rogers Delectable Pro

Tasty but young.. from a 1.5

Tasty but young.. from a 1.5

9.1

Tom Kobylarz Delectable Pro

A little disappointed with this one, seemed a little disjointed, maybe just in an odd phase right now.

A little disappointed with this one, seemed a little disjointed, maybe just in an odd phase right now.

8.8

Greg Gregory Delectable Pro

3L la Paulee

3L la Paulee

Lewis Chester

2009 vintage. At Robata restaurant in Tokyo with Gerard Basset MW. Medium ruby hue. Sitting low in the glass - quite reticent at first. Black fruit profile, some leather and Earth. On the palate, very acidic at first, although softened with time. Tannins are chunky. Lacks complexity of a top wine from this excellent vintage. Medium body and alcohol. Short on the finish. Disappointing. Could be in a dumb phase. Don't open until 2021.

2009 vintage. At Robata restaurant in Tokyo with Gerard Basset MW. Medium ruby hue. Sitting low in the glass - quite reticent at first. Black fruit profile, some leather and Earth. On the palate, very acidic at first, although softened with time. Tannins are chunky. Lacks complexity of a top wine from this excellent vintage. Medium body and alcohol. Short on the finish. Disappointing. Could be in a dumb phase. Don't open until 2021.

8.7