Author: Allen Meadows
Issue: Issue 26
(from Les Rouges that is worked by horse because it is so steep) No review available
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Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 137
($153) Deep ruby-red. Very ripe aromas of cherry liqueur and licorice. Powerful, concentrated and sappy; more restrained than the nose suggests. The dark cherry flavor offers a medicinal restraint and terrific grip. Extremely unevolved and in need of considerable patience. This has shut down in the bottle.
Author: Jancis Robinson
Very fragrant nose and a bit angular on the palate. Lots of acidity, punch and attack. Dry framework. Confident stuff. Real lift rather than just weight. All these wines are airborne with no resort to sweet trickery of overreliance on oak. Promises well. Impressive persistence with a really refreshing kick.
Author: David Schildknecht
The Jadot 2005 Echezeaux is sweetly-scented with cherry, cranberry, honey and black tea. Lithe and juicy, sweetly-fruited and pure, this illustrates the missions of elegance, elevation and refinement accruing to grand cru, finishing with bright, salt-tinged fruit wreathed in floral and tea-like perfume. One can only wonder whether a darker or more carnal side - or tannins that are presently not in evidence - will assert themselves with time. This was especially slow to finish malo, and Lardiere insists it is not showing its full potential today, expecting to bottle it later than most of the other wines as well.
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