Compelling from the get go with its licorice, crushed stone, iron, black cherry and smoky perfume. Big, potent, tannic, fresh and young, the demanded your attention and focus as that is what it took to take in all its complexities.
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(Guigal. 'La Landonne) was much more wound up yet a lot less vigorous. Smooth and supple, it was a lot less complex than the La Mouline and should have been served first in retrospect. It was still an excellent wine, but just not that exciting after the La Mouline
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