The nose is well developed, quite complex, yet restrained. The palate is lean, well-built, sinewy, with light, spicy, smoothened tannins. Doesn't have the unripe pyrazine greenness of Jamet's 04. So elegant, a real treat!
Opened for the Other side of July 4th on WB. Ruby red core with some bricking on the edges. Spicy black peppery funk, some stewed tomatoes nose. A bit simple on the palate.. Red fruit, nice acidity.. Other than a bit of a bitter finish the wine isn't bad, well balanced, and goes down easy.
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(Domaine Jasmin Côte-Rôtie) Very dark red violet color; pepper, very tart black fruit, olive, charcoal, smoke, clove nose; maturing, a little tight, savory, tart black fruit, pepper, charcoal, olive palate; medium-plus finish 90+ points
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