2010 Bernard Boisson-Vadot Auxey-Duresses 1er Cru En Reugne - France, Burgundy, Côte de Beaune, Auxey-Duresses 1er Cru (9/22/2013)
Loads of sulphur, fruit and oak, all in equal proportion. It is smoky and punchy with good intensity and great line. A piercing wine that has enough flesh to satisfy and is stacked for future development.
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White! Do I get the kewpie doll?
I’ve had the Pierre Boisson version and it’s fantastic at the price point. Particularly loved the 2008. The 2010 has a bit more cut and liveliness on it.
Blanc. Kewpie doll on its way Jim.
I win! I win! I suspect my winning streak will continue if I ask where else this producer does fine work…?
In fact I think I win the Kewpie mayonnaise for getting this one wrong on cellartracker. I’m pretty sure it is labelled as Pierre Boisson.
Jim, the Boisson-Vadot wines are the ‘poor man’s Coche’ for mine. Superb Meursault wines with ‘Genevrieres’ being their top offering. The village wines are outstanding also.