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2010 Domaine Jean-Marc Pavelot Savigny-lès-Beaune “Guettes” 1er Cru $44.99
92 Points Burghound, Sweetspot Outstanding: “Pavelot indicated that the yields for this wine in 2010 were only 20 hl/ha. A somber and very backward nose of dark berries, cassis, plum and wet stone introduces impressively rich, cool and pure flavors that brim with dry extract before concluding in a mouth coating, long, mineral-inflected and overtly austere finish. This robust yet refined effort will need the better part of a decade to arrive at its apogee as it’s very tight and firm at present.” – Allen Meadows
2010 Domaine Jean-Marc Pavelot Savigny-lès-Beaune “La Dominode” 1er Cru $54.99
93 Points Burghound, Sweetspot Outstanding: “A brooding and very somber nose only grudgingly gives up its aromas of lightly spiced plum, earth and black raspberry. The dense, serious and overtly powerful flavors possess outstanding concentration and even though the very firm tannins are borderline chewy there is so much extract that there is a velvety texture to the explosively long, balanced and harmonious finish. This is strikingly impressive and clearly built to age.” – Allen Meadows
2010 Pascal Marchand Morey St. Denis “Clos des Ormes” 1er Cru $59.99
90-92 Points IWC: “Good bright medium red. Musky, reduced nose hints at flowers and earth. Sweet, concentrated and fine-grained, with a saline character leavened by well-integrated acidity. Conveys the impression of a higher pH than most of the other 2010s at this address. Today the persistent finish shows slightly dry tannins, perhaps due to a high level of CO2.” – Stephen Tanzer
2010 Pascal Marchand Gevrey Chambertin Les Cazetiers 1er Cru $78.99
90-93 Points IWC: “Good bright red-ruby. Black cherry and licorice aromas perked up by a peppery quality. Then creamy and rich in the mouth but a bit mute today, and showing less sweetness than the Fontenys. Finishes a bit tough, with granular, slightly drying tannins. Tough to taste just after the racking. These vines normally produce bigger clusters, noted Marchand, and that’s why he does less vendange entier here.” – Stephen Tanzer
2010 Pascal Marchand Gevrey Chambertin “Fontenys” 1er Cru $78.99
91-93 Points IWC: “Bright, deep red. High-pitched aromas of pomegranate, white pepper, crushed stone and cardamom. Sharply defined, tightly wound and penetrating, with tart berry flavors accented by pepper and braced by a firm acid spine. Like an essence of crunchy crushed fruits. Leanish and not yet pliant, but this vibrant premier cru is nonetheless seamless and very long on the aftertaste. The pH of 3.4 is at the low end in the context of this set of wines.” – Stephen Tanzer
2010 Pascal Marchand Chambolle Musigny “Fuesselottes” 1er Cru $78.99
89-92 Points IWC: “Good full red. Musky, reduced nose hints at red cherry and stone. Rocky and clenched today, with the medicinal fruit component currently hidden by reduction. On the dry side and difficult to taste in its present stage. From 35-year-old vines, which Pascal Marchand describes as “the minimum age for me.” – Stephen Tanzer
Also available 2010 Pascal Marchand Nuits-Saint-Georges “Les Vaucrains” 1er Cru $78.99 91-94 Points IWC.
2010 Pascal Marchand Corton Grand Cru $79.99
92-94 Points IWC: “Deep red-ruby. Captivating nose combines pomegranate, espresso, ginger, wasabi and cardamom; strong torrefaction notes emerge with air. Silky and pure on entry, then very intense but not yet especially complex in the middle palate, with lovely definition to the flavors of red berries and sweet spices. Spreads out impressively on the very firm finish. With its powerful tannin/acid spine, this wine is likely to require a good decade of bottle aging.” – Stephen Tanzer
2010 Domaine Bruno Clair Savigny-lès-Beaune “La Dominode” 1er Cru $79.99
Burghound 91-93 Points, Sweetspot Outstanding: “A deft touch of wood spice frames very ripe dark berry fruit aromas that evidence plenty of pungent Savigny-style earth that continues onto the dense and seductively velvet-textured medium-bodied flavors that brim with mouth coating dry extract that buffers the otherwise firm finish. This very firmly structured beauty is long, serious and beautifully well-balanced. One to buy.” – Allen Meadows
2010 Domaine Bruno Clair Gevrey-Chambertin “Petite Chapelle” 1er Cru $109.99
“This is more elegant than the Fontenys with its delicate and cool aromas of high-toned red pinot fruit that are nuanced by hints of wet stone and discreet earth notes that also characterize the detailed, linear and energetic middle weight flavors that display a persistent and focused finish. This is quite fine but entirely serious and like many wines in the range, this is a textbook example of Petite Chapelle.” Burghound 90-92 Points