International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 137
($250) Deep red-ruby. Pure but tight aromas of dark raspberry, brown spices and graphite. Dense, fat and rich but quite youthfully reduced, showing notes of smoke and toast. This amazingly chewy and tactile wine needs a lot of patience. Sullen today but very long and strong on the back end, with a powerful impression of dry extract and a finishing note of chocolate. If you invest in a wine like this, don't even think of opening it any time soon (Jeremy Seysses suggests waiting 12 years).
Professional content appears courtesy of Vinfolio
Author: Jancis Robinson
Elegant nose. Racy and sinewy with good structure evident. Crunchy fruit with quite a chewy finish at this stage – rather dry on the finish in fact, much more so than the Bonnes Mares, with a very slight dustiness on the finish. Not as pure as some of the other Dujac Grands Crus when I tasted it.
Trust Rating: 96
Tasted On: 09/15/2013
Beautifully structured, entering its drinking phase, just though.
Corporate Office1890 Bryant St, Ste 208San Francisco, CA firstname.lastname@example.org
Napa Warehouse644 Hanna Dr, Ste EAmerican Canyon, CA 94503
Online auctions operated by Vinfolio, Inc. in accordance with CA ABC Act Section 23355.1(d) and Section 2328 of the CA Commercial Code. © 2004-2014 Vinfolio