Dupont-Tisserandot Bourgogne Passetoutgrains 2009

Dupont-Tisserandot Bourgogne Passetoutgrains 2009

Passetoutgrains is essentially a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir, produced from fruit grown in the Cote d’Or. Not sure of the relative proportions, but I’ve always found that the Gamay tends to dominate the blend. Sealed under cork. 12% abv. Exactly Around $35 $21.95 direct from the importer. Some struck match, savoury red cherries, minerals, some rusticity. Nice depth of fruits, quite juicy really – nothing thin and weedy about this wine (at least to my tastes). Some wood spices overlaying a savoury palate; very much a food style. Drink 2013-2018. 87 points.

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3 Responses to Dupont-Tisserandot Bourgogne Passetoutgrains 2009

  1. Neville says:

    Actually, RRP is $21.95. It’s 50% old-vine gamay from Morey St Denis and 50% pinot from Gevrey Chambertin. This was the last vintage — the gamay vines were destroyed by a big freeze and haven’t been replanted. Isn’t it sealed with diam?

  2. Lincoln says:

    Not sure about the Diam…… updated the price….

  3. Cellar Checker says:

    Yes, Diam…

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