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Author: Allen Meadows
This is also intensely floral with subtle spice notes on the relatively cool but ripe nose of primarily red berry fruit and wet stone aromas. There is excellent detail to the tautly muscular and firm yet reasonably refined broad-shouldered flavors that possess superb length. The amount of mid-palate sap is genuinely remarkable and this will permit early accessibility yet it will be capable of aging effortlessly. An impressive effort.
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Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 161
Very good full red. Lower-pitched on the nose than the Clos Saint-Denis, offering minerals, truffle and underbrush. Sweet, rich, pliant and deep; wonderfully creamy in the middle but with a hard outside shell. Doesn't currently offer the nuance of the Clos Saint-Denis. Finishes with fine tannins and excellent length. This will require at least seven or eight years of patience.
Author: Jancis Robinson
Blended between two cuvées. Lively bright crimson. Very sweet and rich and very fruity. Pure and a little more backward and discreet than the Clos St-Denis but with great tension and richness. Should make great old bones, lovely lift. Lots of sweetness.
Author: Antonio Galloni
The 2009 Clos de la Roche shows the darker, earthier and more ferrous side of Morey. It is a dark, brooding wine packed with fruit. The tannins are more virile and substantial than the Clos St. Denis, which adds to the wine's imposing personality.
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