2006 Nicolas Potel, Nuits-Saint-Georges, "Les Pruliers" 1er Cru


Press and Tasting Notes

Bright red-ruby. Redcurrant, licorice and oak aromas. Ripe and sweet, if smaller-scaled than the Vaucrains, with red berry flavors nicely framed by ripe acidity. Exuberant, but not as powerful as the Vaucrains. Finishes with firm tannins.



Wine has been made in Burgundy for over 2,000 years.  The monks were responsible for first identifying specific plots of lands as superior to others; this hierarchy later became the basis for the region’s classification system. ... Read More »

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