...Ambroise's 2005 Echezeaux smells of black raspberry mingled with bitter-sweet floral notes and high-toned almond and cherry distillate. Vanilla and brown spices complement the fruit on the palate, where this is relaxed and open compared to most of Ambroise's wines. An abundance of pure, raw berry fruit and tactile vividness of cinnamon and allspice informs the finish. This goes down easier and should mature more rapidly than most of the Ambroise 2005 crus. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Weighty and substantial yet vibrant and inviting.
Weighty and substantial yet vibrant and inviting.9.3