Good medium red. Expressive, nuanced nose offers redcurrant, spices and dried flowers. Quite open in the mouth, with a high-toned quality to the redcurrant, spice and iron flavors. This offers the finesse of texture of a Chambolle, but with firmer tannins. (ST)
Monopole. Lively, meaty, rather different from many other 2006s - more readable and less messed about - pretty exciting. Surely the best value of his offerings. *Good Value* 17++/20 points. (JR)
The 2006 Clos du Château was showing beautifully in March, and offers up a very classic expression of Vosne-Romanée. The nose is a lovely blend of raspberry, cherry, blood orange, cinnamon, duck, lovely minerality and spicy new oak. On the palate the wine is medium-full, round and complex, with tangy acids and lovely length and grip on the moderately tannic finish. Lovely. (Drink between 2012-2025)
An expressive nose of lower register blue berry, violet, warm earth, stone and distinct Asian style spice hints slides gracefully into floral-infused medium-bodied lacy flavors that offer very good richness and ample volume on the admirably intense, plumy, linear and driving finish. Terrific quality for a villages level wine and again, certainly worth considering. *Outstanding*
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