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Patrick Javillier - Meursault Cuvee Clousots
Consistent notes. Pale yellow; lush nose of tropical fruit and minerals; similar flavors with a soft silky textue; crisp and dry with good acidity and balance; long lovely finish; very Meursault. Lovely. Now to 2019.
Patrick et Christophe Bonnefond - Cote Rotie Les Rochains
Consistent notes. Good deep crimson red; full rich syrah nose with touch of leather, cedar, and oak; lovely and rich on the palate with intense fruit paired with nice acid balance and integrated tannins; long, elegant finish. Drinking well now and should continue to do so for several more years.
Margaux - Pavillon Rouge
Consistent notes. Med.-dark rubt red color; lovely nose of black fruit, cedar/haberdashery and mushroom; soft silky entry; excellent intensity and balance; good backbone but not hard; soft integrated tannins; very Margaux in style; moderately complex with a fairly long finish. Obviously a step down from the 1st growth but quite good in its own right; rinking over the next 4 to 6 years.
Chante-Cigale - Chateauneuf du Pape
Consistent notes. Nice dark youthful ruby color; full nose of smoky, earthy black fruit; quite intense fruit on the palate and still youthfully rustic with tannins beginning to soften; it is evolving slowly. A very good CDP that may benefit from more time and should drink nicely over the next several years.
Etienne Sauzet - Puligny-Montrachet
A well made, pleasant and very drinkable Burgundy, but nothing special. Lacks complexity and finish.
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