Had the pleasure of trying both of these within the same week and both wines were not only delicious and drinking well but so clearly showed their vineyard characteristics. Both textbook fine burgs and paired so well with roast chicken.
2000 Hubert Lignier Gevrey-Chambertin - France, Burgundy, Côte de Nuits, Gevrey-Chambertin (8/15/2018)
Still drinking well and seemingly at its plateau. Delicious beginning to end. Very Gevrey in character with dark fruit, earth and forest floor notes. Fruit is lingering and there is a nice mineral streak. I agree with the below CT note that says this is a deeply satisfying wine.
2000 Hubert Lignier Morey St. Denis - France, Burgundy, Côte de Nuits, Morey St. Denis (8/15/2018)
Drank a couple of days after the 2000 Gevrey Chambertin. This is similar yet so different. Good from beginning to end. The dark fruit is present and this is distinctly more floral and less earth than the Gevrey. A bit more spice and more rounded than the Gevrey Chambertin. Both wines were very good on their own but even more impressive having drank them so close together to be able to see how different they were. Both absolutely delicious wines.
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