The 2015 Echézeaux Grand Cru was demonstrating a pleasant, subtle reduction like the Les Brûlées that after racking will disappear by the time of bottling. I like the delineation and clarity here, perhaps more than the Les Brûlées. There is a spark - an edge, so to say. The palate is medium-bodied, a mixture of red and black fruit, crisp and well balanced with a slightly savory, dried blood finish that lingers long in the mouth. This is a well-made Echézeaux, one of the best I have tasted from the domaine in recent years. (NM)
Bright dark red. Deeper-pitched on the nose than the Brûlées, conveying an almost exotic ripeness to its sweet, liqueur-like kirsch aroma. Wonderfully dense and large-scaled (this cold site really benefited from the heat of the year), offering distinctly chewy, sweet flavors of raspberry and black cherry. A powerful wine with serious tannic clout as well as superb length and lift. Again, a big success for this cuvée. (ST)
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2015 Domaine Jean-Marc & Hughes Pavelot 1er Cru Savigny-les-Beaune "Guettes"(375ml) (Pre-Arrival)