Another outrageously great effort is the 2005 St.-Joseph Vignes de l'Hospice. Fresh creme de cassis notes intermixed with crushed rocks, spring flowers, subtle herbs, and meat juices are followed by a wine of great richness, medium to full-bodied power, and striking elegance and complexity. It requires 2-3 more years of bottle age, and should age for 2+ decades. Robert Parker
Founder Veritas Wine Consulting
A fine French Cadillac, but ever so slightly youthfully gruff. Many years ahead of it.
A fine French Cadillac, but ever so slightly youthfully gruff. Many years ahead of it.8.9