The cherry and berry fruit is matched to a dense matrix of support. Vibrant acidity drives the long aftertaste, echoing fruit and spice details. Best from 2018 through 2028. (BS)
Reduction presently dominates the nose though there is good freshness and drive to the attractively textured middle weight flavors that possess solid depth and length on the mildly rustic finale. This should be approachable after only a few years of bottle age.
The 2014 Morey Saint Denis Villages, which is matured in used wood, was showing just a little reduction on the nose. The palate has a pretty entry with blackcurrant and strawberry pastille, with the tannins just showing a touch of coarseness at the moment -- though they should be straightened out by the time of bottling. Give it a year or two once in bottle. (NM)
Good full red. Aromas of strawberry, licorice and violet, plus a distinct note of reduction. Surprisingly firm in the mouth, showing serious energy to the linear purple fruit flavors; aeration brought a bit more fleshiness as well as attractive notes of raspberry and chocolate. Fresh on the finish. (ST(
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