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Community Tasting Notes (20) Avg Score: 91.8 points

  • Just a beauty.

    PnP, took 30 or so mins to warm up and pass over the early green stage of primary notes. Once out, there was plenty of blueberry, raspberry, loads of white pepper, very mushroom earthy. The palate is much the same, with a gorgeous white pepper finish.

    Absolutely excellent.

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  • Outstanding. rich finesse full blueberry and blackberry notes, with a great smoky meaty nose. On the mouth: silky tannins, already integrating, seamless balance great acidity, great fruit great savory characteristics coming through very complex. Not cheap but unbeatable at the price point. Should handle many years more but drinking exceptionally well right now.

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  • Beaucoup trop jeune.
    Elevage très marqué à l'ouverture.

    S'est bien équilibré après 2 heures de carafe.

    A attendre au moins 5 ans à mon avis.

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  • Guigal Château d'Ampuis - complete vertical tasting of 1995-2009 (Stockholm): Medium red, rather compact colur. Nose with strong green notes of stalks, grass and green pepper, cherries, some flowers; elegant. Palate with blackberries, blueberries, fine acidity, medium tannins, aftertaste with tart berries and mineral. Good balance, can take more cellaring, 90+ p.

    Included as a pirate wine in a flight with Guigal wines, this definitely stood out with its strong green and herbaceous notes, and was easy to spot as a non-Guigal.

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  • Decanted and drank some over 4 or 5 hours, rebottled and recorked overnight. TN is on the wine the next morning. Labeled at 13% ABV

    Deep red. Hints of flowers, vanilla cream under plums, garrigue, cherry, bloody meat, bacon fat, dust. A bit of pepper in the palate with plums, cherry, meat, crushed rocks, orange peel. Nice pop of acid at the end. Very fine tannins. Very good bottle, with many elements that I really enjoy, but it leaves me wanting something more...

    Leave it alone for a while, or give it a longer decant.

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  • By Richard Jennings
    4/27/2012, (See more on RJonWine.com...) 92 points

    (Domaine Jamet Côte-Rôtie) Very dark red violet color; mature, roasted plum, olive nose; tasty, mature, roasted plum, olive, roasted meat palate; medium-plus finish

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