TNs: 2 x 2015 Faiveley Mercureys

2015 Faiveleys just lobbed so took a peek at a couple of the Mercureys.

2015 Faiveley Mercurey Clos du Roy (750ml)
This is quite dark and brooding. Good underlying muscle and structure, without being heavy. It has good ripeness without being heavy, but really needs another few years in bottle to really strut its stuff.

2015 Faiveley Mercurey Clos des Myglands (375ml)
This is more open, vibrant, again with good density and generous mid palate. Finishes long and balanced. At the moment a better drink. Outstanding QPR here.

Excellent showing by both wines. Lots of wine for a modest entry fee. Load up. I did.

Timely. Just saw a bottle of one of these today.