Hospices de Beaune 1984 Pinot Noir Savigny les Beaune

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Hospices de Beaune 1984 Pinot Noir Savigny les Beaune

Our Rating: 98 Points:

Founded in 1443, the Hospices de Beaune were originally an asylum intended for the care and accommodation of the most deprived. Throughout the centuries, the institution's vocation has remained intact: care is always provided in many satellite establishments, and the famous sale held there once a year is primarily charitable. Today, the numerous parcels of vines received as donations constitute a superb estate that includes more than 60 hectares of vines, mostly located in Grands Crus and Premiers Crus. 750 ML

$199.00
3 bottles in stock
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Acidity levels are satisfactory and tannins very concentrated and fleshy; therefore, maceration was managed so as to gently extract tannins that were all very ripe (including those of the pips) while respecting their overall harmony. At this start of ageing, fresh fruit aromas are to be found (strawberry, blackberry, raspberry) and there are tannins present that barrel ageing will help to enrich.
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RATING 98
COLOR & TYPE Red
COUNTRIES FRANCE
Region Burgundy
VINTAGE 1984
VARIETAL Pinot Noir
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