La Pousse d'Or Les Jarollieres Pommard 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2010

$64.95

Bright, full red. Complex, expressive aromas of black cherry, mocha, game, underbrush, coffee and chicory. Sweet, rich and smooth, showing more verve to its red fruit and game flavors than the nose suggests. Spreads out impressively on the back end, coating the palate with serious, horizontal tannins. Very successful, long, perfumed Pommard. Stephen Tanzer

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2010

2010

9.6

Malcolm Trimble

Love it. Smooth. Very good Pinot

Love it. Smooth. Very good Pinot

9.6

Anthony Lombardi

So, if I were lucky enough to celebrate David Bowie’s birthday with him, what bottle of wine should we open together. Had to be Red Burgundy, doing some super high end Grand Cru would be me trying too hard to impress him. This 2010 Jarollieres Pommard 1er from Pousse D’Or would do the trick. Still mourning him & happy to honor him on what would have been his 71st.

So, if I were lucky enough to celebrate David Bowie’s birthday with him, what bottle of wine should we open together. Had to be Red Burgundy, doing some super high end Grand Cru would be me trying too hard to impress him. This 2010 Jarollieres Pommard 1er from Pousse D’Or would do the trick. Still mourning him & happy to honor him on what would have been his 71st.

9.3

Joachim Nielsen

The 2010 is drinking quite well right now but could use another 5 years of cellaring to really shine.

The 2010 is drinking quite well right now but could use another 5 years of cellaring to really shine.

9.0

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