With a duck dinner the other night, I opened a bottle of the '91 Jadot
Chambertin Clos de Beze that proved to be corked (!!!), so I went down
to the cellar and came back with a replacement bottle:

2002 Maurice Écard Savigny-les-Beaune "Les Narbantons" 1er Cru
nose: bright red fruit, soy sauce, seaweed, beef blood
palate: rounded, but not soft, vivid acidity, fully resolved tannins

Yum! This wine hits the spot, in a medium-bodied sort of way. This is
what I look for in lighter-framed Pinot Noir, and it has enough savory,
umami character to keep matters interesting.

Mark Lipton