Pretty earthy red fruit notes with a hint of oak spice lead to suave, refined and smooth flavors with that display only a trace of rustic tannins. The more pronounced oak this displayed from cask has been almost completely absorbed and thus the flavors are now more precise and the finish is more elegant as well. In short, this has rounded into form and is quite a lovely effort at this level.
The domaine’s excellent 2002 Morey-St.-Denis sports a gorgeous nose of intense blueberries, violets, cherries, toast, and spices. Medium-bodied and graceful, it unleashes loads of pure candied blueberry and cherry flavors that linger in its supple, floral finish. (PR)
Medium red. Pristine aromas of sappy red cherry, raspberry and brown spices, with a slight candied nuance. Sweet, silky and pliant; seems more Chambolle in texture than the Chambolle. Finishes with fine tannins and lingering sweetness of fruit. (ST)
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