Lachaux’s 2002 Clos de Vougeot, from a large well-placed parcel, is an exceptional example of this grand cru’s rarely seen potential. Its deep, intense aromas display licorice-infused blackberries... Read More
Marked by new oak, this red sports plum and cherry fruit that offers sweetness, as well as notes of leather, tar, spice and tobacco. Dense tannins ply the finish, yet this finds balance, if in a more muscular style. Best from... Read More
Balance, elegance, fruit and a dense texture are the hallmarks of this red. Cherry, plum, leather and spice flavors prevail as this tightens up on the finish. Well-proportioned and built for the long haul. Best from 2018 through... Read More
Aromatic, revealing floral, cherry, berry, plum and spice notes. The ripe fruit is sweet, offset by lively acidity and refined tannins. Comes together on the juicy finish. Best from 2017 through 2032. 550 cases made.
The beeswax lift of mature Riesling shows immediately on the heady nose of this wine that’s also imbued with baked-pear ripeness. With more air, notes of dark fir honey combine with wet chalk. The bone-dry palate adds in... Read More