With the “regular” Vosne villages, we find the quintessential Vosne violet florals and spice in full effect, albeit without as much singularity of flavor authority/complexity as found in the other two villages level wines (NSG/Gevrey). I have a hard time imagining someone kicking this out of bed for eating crackers, though. This is a nice wine, a bit tannic on my tasting day.
“Ripe dense red black colour, with very attractive fruit on the nose though needs searching out, a hint of volatility and a drier finish from the stems, but the key character is the clarity of the pure red cherry and raspberry fruit. Tasted: November 2019” 89-92 Jasper Morris