More Vintages and Sizes of Louis Jadot - Chambertin-Clos de Beze:
Issue: Issue 9
Quite dense and rich with beautiful black fruit aromatics and rich, relatively forward flavors that are not especially dense but offer an amazing range of earth nuances. While this is hardly shy, it is nevertheless not a powerful wine but rather one built along the lines of a classy middleweight.
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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 101
($140) Bright red-ruby. Minerally aromas of red cherry, red berries and dried flowers. Offers great subtlety and grip in the mouth; notes of blackberry, boysenberry and sous-bois Superb intensity of flavor without any excess weight. Has real penetration and cut. Finishes firmly tannic, with outstanding subtle persistence. This really put on structure during its last months in barrel.
Author: Pierre Rovani
The medium to dark ruby-colored 1999 Chambertin Clos de Beze (domaine), generally one of my very favorite wines from the Jadot portfolio, reveals subtle dark fruit aromas. It is medium-bodied, fresh, and tangy, revealing blackberries, zesty currants, and fresh black raspberries. Hints of tar can be discerned in its firm, foursquare finish.
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