Thierry Mortet Red 2018 / 75cl Thierry Mortet - Gevrey Chambertin

Thierry Mortet - Gevrey Chambertin

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The wine displays roasted herbs intermixed with licorice, incense, black cherry, and black currant fruit. Medium-bodied, rather than full, elegant, with some spicy tannins and a nice sweet finish.


Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: gevrey chambertin
Producer: Thierry Mortet

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