Deeply pitched aromas of newly turned earth and animale notes characterize the brooding but notably ripe spiced plum and red berry fruit nose. The rich, full-bodied and tautly muscled flavors exhibit buckets of sappy dry extract that all but disguises the firm tannic spine on the immensely long and explosive finish. Cazetiers doesn't get a whole lot better than this.
Blackberry and cherry, violet, mint and spice aromas and flavors signal this polished, velvety red, with dense, assertive tannins and a finish that evokes a stony, chalky impression. (BS)
This is very stretched and compressed in texture with polished tannins that pull the pretty fruit character through the wine with blueberry, cedar and light tobacco undertones. Long and pretty.
The tannins in this wine are firm and still prominent, giving both richness and aging potential. The fruit is full, weighty, packed with dark tannins and with firm concentration. This a dark, firm wine needs to age. (RV)
Very ripe and generous nose, with cherry and raspberry coulis aromas. Sleek attack, velvety mouthfeel and concentrated, stylish fruit with fine-grained tannins providing the backbone. Fresh and crunchy on the long finish. This has charm and vigour. (SB)
Bright, dark red. Deep, ripe, slightly reduced aromas of plum, redcurrant, licorice and animal fur. Firmer on entry than the Lavaux Saint-Jacques but still pliant, sweet, fine-grained and deep, showcasing the richness of the year. Concentrated, mouthfilling, utterly seamless wine with terrific saline extract. Finishes with plush, building, horizontal tannins and slowly rising length. Will this shut down in bottle? A step up in length from the Lavaux--and showing more medicinal reserve today. (ST)
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