Lot 369 | 2009 France

Pinot Noir

Elegant old world Pinot from one of Burgundy's best vintages of modern times.

$25.00

(7 Reviews)

Discounted shipping on 12 bottles. Free shipping on 24 or more.

Lot 369 2009 Côte de Nuits-Villages

Lot 369 | 2009 France

Pinot Noir

$25.00

(7 Reviews)

Discounted shipping on 12 bottles. Free shipping on 24 or more.

Wine Details

This deep red Pinot Noir showcases a complex nose, releasing cherry, rose petals, blueberries, earth, and mineral scents. With keen acidity and a gorgeous red fruit profile, this wine presents one of the best values in Burgundy. It's charming medium-body reveals a slender texture, smooth tannins and a delicate finish.

  • Vintage
  • 2009
  • Appellation
  • France
  • Grape
  • Pinot Noir 100%
  • Alcohol by Volume
  • 13%
  • Cases Produced
  • 700
  • Drink/hold
  • Now and through 2025
  • Release Email
Cam Confidential

A Pinot Noir from Burgundy that is age worthy can knock your socks off. This wine truly is an incredible value. While this wine is typically priced between $40 - $65 a bottle, because of our direct purchase of the this wine from the winery, we are able to offer this incredible value, age worthy, truly magnificent Pinot Noir that is an exceptional reflection of French winemaking at the highest level in Burgundy.

Reviews

7 Reviews Total

Pete

Verified Purchase

Drinkable, but nothing special. Not worth re-ordering.

Peter

Verified Purchase

I cautiously ordered only 6 bottles of this wine the first time around and was pleasantly surprised by the quality. Since then I've bought several more cases and enjoyed every bottle. Buy it while you can!

James

Verified Purchase

Cameron's got the full spectrum of great pinots--every one is a winner. From the 505 on the extreme toward cab-like richness, to the rest which are mainly up the middle strawberry-rasberry (and all great) to this, a classic, fantastic Burgundy. This really opens up nicely after a decant, so do not cheat yourself--decant for an hour or two, for sure. It smells earthy, with some rasberry, but pretty restrained. It hits the palate with initial sweetness, but then the great acidity and earthiness take over. And the finish goes on and on. Tart, rich, sweet---it's got it all. Not inexpensive--if there's a deal, jump on it!--but for a premium quality Burgundy? This is an incredible deal. You could easily spend twice this for a random wine and hit or miss. CH has the pick of the litter and has done the selecting for you. This is a can't miss. Buy it, decant it, savor it. You cannot touch this in this price range.

Zorba

Verified Purchase

not really anything special, drinkable but there are many others in this price range that are better

Reid

Verified Purchase

This wine is the kind of value that for me has come to typify Cameron Hughes at its best. If you haven't had the experience of a classic northern burgundy with its delicate body and nose, here is the place to begin at a moderate price. Once you open this bottle, it will not be corked, it will be drained and disappointed friends will continue to turn it upside down for the last drops. At a recent wine tasting I attended, this wine and a Pauillac, Haut -Bages Liberal (not available through CH), stole the show. Highly recommended.

Andre, Los Angeles

Old world pinot. Plenty of cherry on the palate, a little bit earthy. Delicious, would buy again.

Chris L, Oakland, CA

Damn, this is a good Pinot.