Author: Allen Meadows
Issue: Issue 26
A pretty mix of elegant, pure and bright red pinot and raspberry fruit aromas nuanced by floral, crushed green leaf and earth notes leads to notably fine, supple and quite sweet flavors that are complex and classy but finish with the barest hint of dryness. This is usually head and shoulders above the rest of the Jadot Gevrey 1ers but in 2004, this is not the case. In short, this is perfectly good but not at its usual level.
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Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 131
($87) Medium bright red. Initially reticent nose showed raspberry, bitter cherry, red licorice, flowers and minerals with extended aeration. Broad, ripe and sweet but unforthcoming and much less expressive today than the Estournelles. Strong material here but a bit youthfully disorganized, with an edge of acidity. But the sweet tannins and long finish suggest that this will round into form with five or six years of aging.
Author: Jancis Robinson
Cask Samplemudgy nose - some violets. Acidity well covered by ripe fruit. Quite winning already! Big and bold and jewel bright.
Author: Bruce Sanderson
Ripe and supple, offering cherry and plum flavors, with a hint of licorice. On the elegant side, with well-integrated tannins and a juicy finish.
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