Philippe le Hardi ‘Petit Clos’ 2018/19, Pommard

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Philippe le Hardi ‘Petit Clos’ 2018/19, Pommard. This is made on a magnificent 9th century estate that’s named after the first Duke of Burgundy, Philippe le Hardi. He, interestingly, became famous when he banned Gamay from the region in 1395, insisting on the domination of Pinot Noir in red Burgundy. True to its Pommard roots, this is a ripe and concentrated Pinot Noir with flavours of black cherry, blackberry and dark chocolate. Serve slightly cooler than room temperature and drink now with salmon or develop for another 8 years..

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Philippe le Hardi ‘Petit Clos’ 2018/19, Pommard. This is made on a magnificent 9th century estate that’s named after the first Duke of Burgundy, Philippe le Hardi. He, interestingly, became famous when he banned Gamay from the region in 1395, insisting on the domination of Pinot Noir in red Burgundy. True to its Pommard roots, this is a ripe and concentrated Pinot Noir with flavours of black cherry, blackberry and dark chocolate. Serve slightly cooler than room temperature and drink now with salmon or develop for another 8 years.. . . . .

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