13.0% alcohol. This is a really pretty wine. Red cherry color. Lovely nose of red cherry, cherry stone, and light spice. In the mouth, beautifully pure red cherry fruit, with a stony edge to it, a burst of earth and spice, and strong acidity. Long finish. This is really drinkable and pretty for a village wine. Just delicious. A-
Not a bad wine, but much less to it as compared to the '06 because it was so light. Fairly non-descript nose, with equally light fruit on the palate. Easy to drink and tasty, but not sure the price was justified.
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(Domaine Taupenot Merme Morey St. Denis) #6; VaynerPAZZZ; COLOR-dark; NOSE-not the typical barnyard nose, more red fruit driven; a huge dose of strawberries; black cherries; a little hint of Pomegranate and Egg Nog spiciness on the back-end; somewhat New World; PALATE-this is really bad; I don't like this at all; grossly overpriced for the lack of complexity; quite hollow; the mid-palate was non-existent; GV-79
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