Boursot Chambolle-Musigny 2017
Boursot’s wines are e clear, careful, gorgeous expressions of exceptional terroir. And at $69 we think their village is a bargain, particularly next to village-level Chambolles from Mugnier ($160+) and Roumier ($250+).
Boursot’s village level Chambolle-Musigny comes from Nazoires, a plot near the Vougeot border. The nose is unmistakably Chambolle — silky and delicate, with notes of wild cherries, smoke, and violets. The mouth is silky and long, with fruit melting effortlessly into tannins. Burgundy author Bill Nanson called the 2017 “simply a beauty.” This should improve for 4-6 years, but it’s delightful today
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