Mark Haisma Morey-Saint-Denis Les Chaffots 1er 2015

Les Chaffots sits near the more famous Clos de la Roche, and shares a similar soil profile, apparently, and apparently that is VERY important. Burgundy is a strange place. Good for wealthy people. Nice cheese and sausage in Beaune though. We also have a teddy from a hotel there, called ‘Beaune Bear’, and it wears a tiny T-Shirt with pride. It’s a very cool bear. I’ve trained it to like Barolo now though, by poking it with sharp sticks.  Repent, Beaune Bear! Importer: Ethereal Wines

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Tasted : Sep17
Alcohol : 13%
Price : $220
Closure : Diam
Drink : 2019 - 2035+
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