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Bottle Size: 750ml
Rating: DC 96, JM 92, JR 16.5
Offers a mixture of red and blue fruit on the nose, floral with hints of pressed violets and iris, quite pure and demonstrating very well integrated oak. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe, succulent tannin that insistently grips. Just a slight chewiness towards the finish and yet there is a satisfying degree of elegance and poise throughout this Pommard. Excellent.
Neal Martin, Vinous.
A very ripe yet appealingly fresh nose displays notes of poached plum, cassis and violet along with wisps of spice and warm earth. The more seductive if less powerful medium-bodied flavors also possess fine volume on the palate coating finish that is shaped by moderately firm tannins that are sufficiently pliant.
Allen Meadows, Burghound.
Naughty heavy bottle. Cinnamon, blue fruit and stones, with a robustly structured, drying palate. Does have the perfumed length one might expect from a grand cru.
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