Scary…I have just Coravined a glass or two of the 2010…
It’s atypical Burgundy in my view (the 2010 here). A mintiness on the nose and palate, and something vaguely medicinal. Pinot is there, just very different…last glass which I’m drinking while writing (well not quite literally!) is showing a little tiredness, probably because it’s a bit warmer now. A pleasant enough drink, but not typical of the two or three other red burgundies I have from that vintage.
Other wine tonight was a Burklin Wolf Riesling Trocken 2017. Less astringent than a year ago, but still quite austerely dry in a way that an Alsace Riesling might be. Correct but quite severe still. Not as good as the Dr Loosen equivalent now, but I think this one might get better. Had both with pork fillet in a soy and ginger sauce and roast winter veg.
Be interested to hear your thoughts on the 2009.