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Default 2006 Anne Gros Vosne Romanee Les Barreux

We had a mushroom tart for dinner last night so I opened a wine from a
case lot that I purchased on release 2006 Anne Gros Vosne Romanee Les
Barreaux. Dark burgundy red in the glass with fairly intense
aromatics. Black dirt, blackberrys and black cherry on the nose with
a fairly stong floral component. Fairly straightforward on the palate
with somewhat concentrated fruit profile. Very bright red, blackberry
and a touch of smoke. A fair amount of acidity under the fruit and
stiff tannins on the finish make me think it needs at least five more
years. Decent for a village wine.

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"Bi!!" wrote in message
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| We had a mushroom tart for dinner last night so I opened a wine from a
| case lot that I purchased on release 2006 Anne Gros Vosne Romanee Les
| Barreaux. Dark burgundy red in the glass with fairly intense
| aromatics. Black dirt, blackberrys and black cherry on the nose with
| a fairly stong floral component. Fairly straightforward on the palate
| with somewhat concentrated fruit profile. Very bright red, blackberry
| and a touch of smoke. A fair amount of acidity under the fruit and
| stiff tannins on the finish make me think it needs at least five more
| years. Decent for a village wine.
|

Hmmm..... Anne Gros wines..........Hmmm...........

[south sea islander extracts vicarious pleasure]

Thanks Bi!!


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On Nov 20, 10:11*pm, "greybeard" wrote:
"Bi!!" wrote in message

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| We had a mushroom tart for dinner last night so I opened a wine from a
| case lot that I purchased on release 2006 Anne Gros Vosne Romanee Les
| Barreaux. *Dark burgundy red in the glass with fairly intense
| aromatics. *Black dirt, blackberrys and black cherry on the nose with
| a fairly stong floral component. *Fairly straightforward on the palate
| with somewhat concentrated fruit profile. *Very bright red, blackberry
| and a touch of smoke. *A fair amount of acidity under the fruit and
| stiff tannins on the finish make me think it needs at least five more
| years. *Decent for a village wine.
|

Hmmm..... Anne Gros wines..........Hmmm...........

[south sea islander extracts vicarious pleasure]

Thanks Bi!!


Hey, keep your vicarious pleasures to yourself. :-)


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