Domaine Dujac Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2014

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Peter Liem Delectable Pro

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Still an infant, yet so good...

Still an infant, yet so good...

9.5

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Healthy full red. Compelling soil-driven scents of raspberry, coffee, underbrush and smoky minerality. Wonderfully rich, smoky and deep but also with the vintage's sappy, floral lift to its raspberry and strawberry fruit flavors. Perhaps best today on the extremely long finish, where the tannins are refined but substantial and will still need considerable patience. A beauty in the making. (Stephen Tanzer, Vinous, 2014)

Healthy full red. Compelling soil-driven scents of raspberry, coffee, underbrush and smoky minerality. Wonderfully rich, smoky and deep but also with the vintage's sappy, floral lift to its raspberry and strawberry fruit flavors. Perhaps best today on the extremely long finish, where the tannins are refined but substantial and will still need considerable patience. A beauty in the making. (Stephen Tanzer, Vinous, 2014)

9.4

Bob McDonald

The 6th of 6 in the Morey Saint Denis & Chambolle Musigny bracket. I had to add the first 5 by Search as even though I photographed them they did not come up in my feed although the notes are on my profile if you are interested. With this Wine you can certainly tell it comes from similar terroir to the other 5. Red berries Good Acid. Morey more earthy than Chambolle. My 2nd highest score after the Dujac Clos Saint Denis.

The 6th of 6 in the Morey Saint Denis & Chambolle Musigny bracket. I had to add the first 5 by Search as even though I photographed them they did not come up in my feed although the notes are on my profile if you are interested. With this Wine you can certainly tell it comes from similar terroir to the other 5. Red berries Good Acid. Morey more earthy than Chambolle. My 2nd highest score after the Dujac Clos Saint Denis.

9.6

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