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Author: Allen Meadows
(from 50+ year old vines). This is also relatively strongly reduced though there is good freshness and punch to the delicious, round and notably ripe flavors that ooze a very fine minerality on the delicious, robust and well-concentrated finish. As is typically the case, this is less in the classic mode of Chambolle and more in the style of a Morey 1er with refinement.
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Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 166
(this was racked last December): Bright full red. Very reduced on the nose. Then dense and strong on the palate but not at all sweet; distinctly juicy and a bit tart today. The dark raspberry fruit is complicated by herbs and spices, plus a whiff of fresh blood. A very serious premier cru in the making. According to Jeremy Seysses, the yield of barely 30 hectoliters per hectare was normal for these old vines, which were planted in the 1930s.
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