Burgundy Grand Cru Tasting: faded brown, amber, medium translucent; sweet macerated cherry, slight earthy wild strawberry, light toffee, pot pouri, floral sachet with a brown spice aspect. This is past it's prime by a good 5-8 years, but still drinking very well with lovely remnants of sweet red fruit, a nice bouquet and musty dried floral character. Medium light body and medium-long finish. Not bad considering WS gave this 90 points on release (and $68 release price).
Ethereally amazing nose. Flowers , spice and everything Nice. Weak vintage that shows the strength of the domaine. Knockout nose as good as any le musigy or close de beze. Ribena currants, light strawberries and delicate tannins. Smooth silky mouthfeel. A pretty and delicious wine with all that embodies the best of it's village. Could well have been an 02 with it's still vibrant fruits. A good bottle no less. Pristine and clear in it's presentation. Commendable and probably the best 84 burgundy or 84 vintage(my wife's birth year) wine I have ever encountered. Need to get more if ever possible!
peak colour tea leaf smell like leroy clos vougeot but very clean bouquet red and white flowers,in mouth is good fruit great acidity greatest balance aftertaste is very long stay at heart and body more than 5 min. 100 points
Always an unbelievably god bottle of wine. Terrible rating, ignored, this may be getting attention now. Soft sweet and structured, unmistakeable vosne romanee nose of barnyard. I used to get this wine at auction for under 100 bucks.
Scary amber color - with time looks more and more like Cognac in the glass. Pretty nose - sous bois, strawberry, and Grand Marnier notes. Lighter-bodied with more delicate flavors reflecting the vintage, but a substantial acidic core to provide enough backbone and vibrancy. A bit of hard tannin that will likely never work itself out. Certainly mature, but drinking surprisingly nicely.
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