2010 Domaine Joseph Drouhin Beaune 1er Cru ‘Clos des Mouches’.  I recommend a visit to the very nice, detailed website full of information and tasting notes on the vast range of this fine producer’s offerings, this from one of the top sites in Beaune.  The palest red of the three.  Oak, red fruit nose, very fragrant.  Certainly the sweetest palate.  And the woodiest, smoke.  Nice balanced structure, fresh, fine tannins.  Expressive, very good richness.  The class of the flight.

2010 Simon Bize Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru ‘Aux Vergelesses’.  A top site from a top local producer (who also has a great website), this should really be one of the very best Savigny wines.  Red fruit, bit meaty, wild, spice.  Very attractive nose.  Floral profile in the mouth, plum, fairly light body.  Fresh, but a somewhat stern style still, may need time as it seems very youthful.

2010 Domaine Pavelot Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru ‘La Dominode’.  Darker fruit profile, brown spice, nice leafy note.  Light, clean palate.  The nose makes you expect more richness.  Bit of oak in the finish.  Nice, lighter wine, brown spice, friendly.

These are not structurally intimidating wines now, but all are youthful and should gain some complexity.  Both Savigny wines a little thinner, less body than the Beaune. Probably better to wait on all of them.