2010 Domaine Joseph Roty Bourgogne Cuvée Pressonnier - France, Burgundy, Bourgogne (1/5/2015)
-- popped and poured --
-- tasted non-blind over 1.5 to 2.0 hours --

NOSE: red-fruited; clean; smells fairly ripe, and perhaps a touch sweet.

BODY: clear; garnet color of medium-light depth; medium-light bodied.

TASTE: red-fruited: cranberry & cherry; not sweet; pretty impressive concentration of fruit for a Bourgogne; would probably drink well for the next few years; light to medium-light oak; medium+ acidity; not complex, but I’m interested in what a couple more years in the cellar might bring; 13% alc. not noticeable; nice QPR @ $25. Drink Now through 2019. Gut impression score: 89 – 90.

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2010 Domaine Joseph Roty Bourgogne Cuvée Pressonnier - France, Burgundy, Bourgogne (3/9/2018)
-- popped and poured --
-- tasted non-blind over a few hours --

NOSE: tart red fruits; rhubarb; a touch earthy; wet stones; expressive; aromatics remind me of Fourrier's typical take on Gevrey.

BODY: medium-light bodied; {of note: this was sold to me as the Cuvee Pressonnier, but it lacks any indication on the bottle or label of being that bottling}

TASTE: medium-high to high acidity; ripe red fruits; moderate concentration and length; 13% alc. not noticeable; nice savory aspect; no tannins; stupendous QPR @$25, and I don't think I can think of a better Pinot for the price; this is drinking very nicely right now, and I don't anticipate it getting any better in the future, although I do think it will hold for a few years. Drink now and over the near term. gut impression score: 88 – 89.

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