Thé Grand Cru wine of Bonnes Mares is unusual in that like its southern neighbor, Le Montrachet, it straddles two appellations. The vast majority of the vines fall into the commune of Chambolle-Musigny whilst the remainder nudge over into Morey-St-Denis. However, the wines produced from this unique soil give greater body and longer aging potential than the more silky wines of Chambolle-Musigny. Indeed the wines of Bonnes Mares show greater sturdiness, power and structure which require patients to be truly appreciated.
The intense red color is accompanied by aromas of raspberry, preserved strawberries and undergrowth. The tannins are fine and silky. The palate is powerful and structured.
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