With 150 or so producers and roughly 740 hectares of vineyards, the smallest of Bordeaux's major appellations is home to myriad bijou domaines – many making little more than 1,000 cases per annum. If the topography and architecture of Pomerol are typical, the style of its wines is anything but. The best vineyards are planted on a seam of rich clay extending across the raised plateau of Pomerol from the boundary of St Emilion.
Probably the finest second wine to emerge from Nenin, the 2008 Fugue de Nenin possesses black cherry and plum-like fruit, hints of earth and underb...View full details
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