Wine Review – Domaine Bernard Defaix Bourgogne Rouge

Domaine Bernard Defaix Bourgogne Rouge 2014 - Wine ReviewIf you enjoy cranberries…

Name: Domaine Bernard Defaix Bourgogne Rouge

Vintage: 2014

Producer: Domaine Bernard Defaix

Region/Country: Chablis, Bourgogne, France

Grape Varietal(s): Pinot Noir

Consumed: Atelier Restaurant in Ottawa

Recommended By: The restaurant sommelier, Gabriel

Cost: Unknown

Bottle Presentation: Simple and classy, although it could prove challenging to distinguish the label from many other offerings

Appearance: Light ruby red

Nose: Spices, red berries, cigar box, and herbaceous notes

Taste: Cranberries, earth, and more herbaceous notes

Finish: A fairly short finish decorated with cranberries and earth

Overall Impression: A light, pleasant wine that held up well to a course of grilled bison and gorgonzola cheese. The cranberry notes added to the character of the wine.

Rating (from 70 to 100): 85/100

Value: n/a

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