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  • By John Kapon
    Bad Boy Birthday Bash, 7/16/2009 95 points

    (DRC La Tache) There was a lot of DRC going around the room, a lot of which was thanks to Wheels, so I did my best to catch up quickly. A 1964 DRC La Tache had a dusty nose, but there was sweet perfume behind it, mainly rose with a lot of minerals in tow. The palate was rich, hearty and gamy, classic 1964, with a sweet front palate that was ‘beautiful’
  • By John Kapon
    Petrus and La Tache, 12/9/2005 95 points

    (La Tache) was 'classic 1964 - big, rich' and 'ripe' Allen interjected and took over for Wilf. The 1964 was heady, rich and meaty with nice t 'n a, minerals and molasses. On the palate it was also rich and meaty with great animal flavors, both sweet and vigorous with nice earth supplements. Wilf summed it up nicely: 'This is how I remember 1964; the texture and richness - only Vogue Musigny is close'
  • By John Kapon
    Summer Tasting Group News, 8/22/2005 95 points

    (La Tache) was a 'Big Boy' selection, of course, and he quickly put its nose as 'Right Bank and Lafleur more than La Tache,' and he was 100% right. It was a Pomerol impersonating a Burgundy, but that wouldn't be the first time that happened. Its nose was chocolaty, plummy and figgy, and the only sign of Burgundy in its nose was some mesquite. The palate was rich and hearty, full of spice, tannins and length. It had a 'summery' taste one of the ladies noticed, and there were lovely strawberry fruit flavors along with leather and musk oil ones. The wine was satiny, on the smooth side, yet still somewhat vigorous in a lip-smacking, roof-licking way

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