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Author: Allen Meadows
(from both Charmes proper and MazoyeÌ?res). A completely different aromatic profile presents itself here with a wild mix of red berries, especially sour cherry and currant, along with lavender, rose petal and warm earth nuances. There is fine detail to the intense, cool and pure medium weight plus flavors that possess superb depth on the strikingly persistent finish. I've observed this before but the Dujac Charmes just seems to be consistently performing well after some years of being the weak sister in this great group of grand crus. It is weak no more.
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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 166
Good medium red. Dark raspberry, flowers and a whiff of tar on the nose. Quite tightly wound, even a bit lean today, displaying very good spicy energy but little in the way of early generosity. This uncompromisingly dry wine finishes tough and slightly dry. Perhaps a bit hardened today by CO2.
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