More Vintages and Sizes of Dujac - Bonnes Mares:
Author: Allen Meadows
Issue: Issue 13
Austere, backward and brooding nose of red and black fruit, crushed herbs and a touch of earth and leather with full, complex, driving, muscular and very powerful flavors that are more linear and direct in character than either the Clos de la Roche or the Echézeaux and possess outstanding persistence. This is solidly structured yet not hard but it will require every bit of a decade to begin drinking well and it should age gracefully for years. In a word, gorgeous.
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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 113
($195) Deep red. Pure aromas of black fruits, sandalwood and mocha. Suave, silky and impressively concentrated, with superb volume for the vintage. Strongly mineral but also more expansive than it appeared to be from barrel a year ago. Very long, slow-mounting finish throws off notes of briary berries, mocha and peppery herbs. Both this and the Clos la Roche call for six to eight years of cellaring.
Trust Rating: 99
Tasted On: 10/30/2009
Drink Dates: 2013+
At the Acker 2000 and 2001 Burgundy Grand Cru Tasttng on 10/29. Dark ruby/purple. complex smoky, earthy very well balanced with light cherry and a mineral undertone. A more reserved, closed version of the 2000 with added spice.
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