Domaine Anne Gros Richebourg Grand Cru Pinot Noir 1999 (1500ml)

$2049

Here is another great wine from Anne Gros... it reveals gorgeous black cherry and raspberry fruit mixed with a hint of dark chocolate from some residual new oak that will be subsumed. The palate is medium-bodied with fine acidity. There is a smorgasbord of lush raspberry and wild strawberry fruit cloaked in new oak, but the wood does not obscure the grape variety or vineyard, allowing the character of the wine to be expressed with hints of white pepper sprinkled over the finish. What a great Richebourg... Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

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Ratings on Delectable

John Bigelow Delectable Pro

Just a baby. Nowhere near ready to drink.

Just a baby. Nowhere near ready to drink.

7.6

Marc Glassberg Delectable Pro

Sommelier Cellar Master Consulting

Family Size (aka Magnum)

Family Size (aka Magnum)

Kelley Fox Delectable Pro

Winemaker/Owner Kelley Fox Wines

joybringer

joybringer

Bryan Thomas

1999 - a powerful wine that screamed Vosne Spice on the nose - still primary but very nice balance and very fine tannins. Hands off for another 10 years

1999 - a powerful wine that screamed Vosne Spice on the nose - still primary but very nice balance and very fine tannins. Hands off for another 10 years

9.5

Ron Siegel

Dark fruits, meat, Vosne Romanee spice, very youthful needing more time, showing great power and weight.

Dark fruits, meat, Vosne Romanee spice, very youthful needing more time, showing great power and weight.

9.6

Daniel Wallace

Impressive wine. Still so young. Developed in the glass. 1 hour decanted. Probably needs more.

Impressive wine. Still so young. Developed in the glass. 1 hour decanted. Probably needs more.

9.5

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