bursting with complex aroma of violets, spices, forest floor. light colour and perhaps fading but what a privilege to sample such a wonderful expample of old DRC. better than the 66 La Tache tasted side by side.
Clear, pure, elegant and powerful, crystalline even... amazing wine. Does not have the grip of the La Tache '62 in the same flight, but it is a beautiful wine... nit - touch of a watery mid-palate. The finish goes and goes, gently fading.
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(DRC Richebourg) Both ‘62s were just flat-out incredible, best wines of my life category, both riding the ’62 wave as high as it can go. While some ‘62s are starting to gracefully plateau, these two both felt like they were still on the way up. They are wines around which to make travel arrangements.
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