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Ghislaine Barthod





Grape Type:

Pinot Noir

Chambolle Musigny, Les Charmes, 1er Cru, 2017

Tasting Note:

Ripe, open, rich, red fruits bound by supple, fine tannins. Ample in body and bursting with juicy red cherries, redcurrants and kirsch fruit.
A typically generous, opulent Charmes but with a grace, definition and composure to it. This must rank among the most refined Charmes
Ghislaine has produced. Charmes is very distinct from the Cras, Veroilles or Fuées being one of the lower Chambolle vineyards. One of the earliest of Barthod’s vineyard parcels to ripen, its wines are always very flamboyant and full.

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