Friday, November 9, 2012
"The 2009 vintage was blessed with warm, sunny weather. The south facing Le Charmoise parcel lies along side Chassagne-Montrachet's Les Chaumeers 1er cru and shares many of the same characteristics of its more expensive neighbor. Philippe Colin took advantage of the weather and this great terroir and crafted a thoroughly charming, mineral driven Burgundy. I recommend serving it slightly chilled and opening one half an hour before serving."
Pick up Stain-Aubin Le Charmoise Premiere Cru Philippe Colin 2009 on sale for $34.99, regularly retailing for $39.99
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