Deep garnet-colored. Has very concentrated tarry cassis aromas and full, ripe, densely packed fruit flavors that are fleshy, with tar and tobacco undertones. Close to its peak, but without the sweet edge of Chevalier.
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
Under the regime of G?rard Perse, Pavie seems to have become more opulent, more extracted, and, dare I say it, more simplistic. The richness of the 2000 vintage lends itself to this technique. While it is a wonderful, immediately... Read More
A vibrant Champagne, ballet-slipper pink in color, featuring intense flavors of nectarine, ripe raspberry, grilled nut, espresso and graphite, with a touch of dried sage, all riding the finely detailed mousse. Like a ballerina,... Read More
Robert Parker 97 points - The 2015 Riesling Clos Sainte Hune comes from the historic, south- and partly east-facing part (1.67 ha) of today's Grand Cru Rosacker. From deep Muschelkalk soils, the Sainte Hune opens with a deep,... Read More