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Bottle Size: 750 ml
Rating: WA 91-93, VN 91-93, BH 90-92
Mingling aromas of wild berries and peonies with hints of dark chocolate, orange rind and cinnamon, medium to full-bodied, deep and layered, with lively acids, elegantly powdery tannins and a long, mineral finish. Finer-boned and more ethereal than the richer, more muscular Coeur du Roy, this is frequently my favorite communal bottling chez Dugat-Py, and the 2019 rendition is no exception.
William Kelley, Wine Advocate.
Plenty of black fruit here. The palate is more expressive, offering juicy ripe black fruit, and quite saline and almost briny toward the structured finish. Good freshness and energy.
Neil Martin, Vinous.
A cool, pure and airy nose is comprised by notes of various red berries, plum, earth and a suggestion of the sauvage. Once again there is a lovely texture to the firm but elegant flavors that are also supported by fine-grained tannins on the chiseled finale. This too is a very good villages level wine. Outstanding Top Value.
Allen Meadows, Burghound.
TASTING NOTES Dark and savory in the glass, grumbling up with notes of crushed rocks...
TASTING NOTES Aromas of French oak, leather and espresso mingle with whiffs of spiced plum....
TASTING NOTES This is at once slightly fresher and a bit more elegant as well...