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Community Tasting Notes (4) Avg Score: 91.9 points

  • If you have not had a 25 year old Chambertin from "the" wine maker, you will get most of the experience with this wine. Excellent nose, fruit and syrup mouth feel all combine to make a delicious treat. Maybe better with time, or just to modern for a improvements.

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  • Med red. Intense and intriguing nose of cherry syrup, cinammon, cardoman and pepper. Not quite so thrilling in the mouth, despite the silky, fruity and balanced palate.

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  • Once again, this defies expectations for 2003. It's on the ripe side but not in any way that would make you think it's from 2003 - aromas are fresh and no trace of cooked fruit. Very primary mouthfeel and the tannins are very fine but almost imperceptible. Sufficient acidity and finishing grip. Excellent today and approachable but the fruit should mature nicely.

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  • By Richard Jennings
    5/22/2009, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 92 points

    (Nicolas Potel Chambertin) Bright medium raspberry red color with pale meniscus; nice dried berry, sous bois, tart black cherry nose; tart cherry, berry, mineral palate with a touch of caramel oak, good acidity for '03; medium-plus finish

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