Domaine des Lambrays Clos des Lambrays Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2010

Ratings on Delectable

Chris MacLean Delectable Pro

Menthol and red licorice notes on a tight core of focused red fruit. Not very expressive yet; needs time. 5/6 '10 Burg.

Menthol and red licorice notes on a tight core of focused red fruit. Not very expressive yet; needs time. 5/6 '10 Burg.

9.3

Jay Clark Delectable Pro

Bright high toned aromatics. Sour cherry attack, pomegranate plum skin mid palate. Long pretty finish. Really open for '10.

Bright high toned aromatics. Sour cherry attack, pomegranate plum skin mid palate. Long pretty finish. Really open for '10.

9.3

Cameron Hobel Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Hobel Wine Works

Definite buy. Solid

Definite buy. Solid

9.5

Sean Castorani Delectable Pro

Yowza!! Stemmy/dried fruit/ oak.... Delicious

Yowza!! Stemmy/dried fruit/ oak.... Delicious

9.8

Phil Stice Delectable Pro

Dusty tannins with ripe dark fruit. Tension for days. Integrated sweet new oak. A joy to drink.

Dusty tannins with ripe dark fruit. Tension for days. Integrated sweet new oak. A joy to drink.

9.7

Alejandro Lopez

sILky layered complexity exhales from the glass.

sILky layered complexity exhales from the glass.

9.4

GaryWEdwards

Whoa! Nice bright cherry finish. Nice old world pinot! Small boutique producer

Whoa! Nice bright cherry finish. Nice old world pinot! Small boutique producer

9.2

Lewis Chester Delectable Pro

2010 vintage. At 1947 restaurant, Cheval Blanc in Maldives. Medium ruby hue. Fabulous nuanced nose - crushed raspberry, fresh black cherry, floral and hints of leathery notes. Flinty stone minerality. Evolving in the glass. Very complex. In the palate, medium plus acidity, medium minus body, medium alcohol, medium minus fine tannins. Concentrated. Long long satisfying finish. Excellent. Although young drinking exceedingly well now. A great Lambrays. Drink now until 2027+. Note to self: pop and pour. No need to decant or leave in the glass too long.

2010 vintage. At 1947 restaurant, Cheval Blanc in Maldives. Medium ruby hue. Fabulous nuanced nose - crushed raspberry, fresh black cherry, floral and hints of leathery notes. Flinty stone minerality. Evolving in the glass. Very complex. In the palate, medium plus acidity, medium minus body, medium alcohol, medium minus fine tannins. Concentrated. Long long satisfying finish. Excellent. Although young drinking exceedingly well now. A great Lambrays. Drink now until 2027+. Note to self: pop and pour. No need to decant or leave in the glass too long.

9.4

Gilbert Van Hassel Delectable Pro

All fruit will be outstanding in a couple of years

All fruit will be outstanding in a couple of years

9.3

LA CHON Christophe

2010 Grand cru and not grand cru classe

2010 Grand cru and not grand cru classe

9.3

Location

  • 148 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10007

  • Hours:
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    Sunday: 12pm-7pm

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