This is also sufficiently reduced that it's not possible to offer an assessment of the nose. The richer and more imposingly scaled flavors possess excellent mid-palate density along with plenty of extract that imparts a caressing mouth feel to the opulent finish that is firm but not rustic while delivering sneaky good length on the well-balanced finale. This should be quite good in time.
(one-third of these vines are just 7 years old, one-third 30 and one-third "very old," according to Patrick Landanger): Full ruby. Pungent mineral and violet notes lift the aromas of black cherry and black raspberry; showing a distinct Volnay aspect but then these vines are next to Pommard's border with Volnay. Sweet, slightly medicinal kirsch and chocolate flavors boast lovely ripeness for Pommard but also excellent energy and lift. Big, broad, ripe tannins saturate the mouth and build. A wonderfully fine-grained, horizontal Pommard that leaves the palate refreshed.(ST)
The 2015 Pommard 1er Cru Les Jarollières offers succulent black cherry, cassis and iodine scents on the nose that needs to muster more Pommard-like characteristics. It needs to reflect more sense of place. The palate is dense and grippy on the entry with firm tannin, a powerful Pommard with a sprinkle of white pepper towards the finish. I appreciate the balance here, although it does lack the finesse of some of its peers.
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