Tasting Notes for Meeker1

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3/20/2016 - Meeker1 wrote:
Nice blend of zingy acidity and beautiful aged flavors. Deep and complex, long finish and intensity
2001 Domaine Dujac Clos de la Roche Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Pinot Noir (view label images)
4/8/2012 - Meeker1 wrote:
95 points
Wow. Classic Dujac CLDR showing perfectly from the moment the cork was pulled. So pure and elegant, with a seamless lighter than air texture that went on and on. Voluptuous nose of cherry, crushed raspberry spice, broadens on the palate to add hints of cedar and earth, vibrant minerality and touches of dried citrus. Fine, fine tannins that allow the wine's complexity to coat your entire mouth in beauty. Obviously drinks great now! But will age for many years and be a treasure down the road.
1/14/2008 - Meeker1 wrote:
97 points
This is what Burgundy should be. Seamless and gorgeous with great balance. Has the classic Vosne spice, floral and alluring, with layers of fruit flavors that are complex. Silky, juicy tanins that are perfectly balanced, not too heavy not to light. Finish went on and on, but with a floating on the tongue quality. It was an amazing experience. Be happy if you have this one in the cellar.
10/22/2007 - Meeker1 wrote:
94 points
Infanticide, but a very tasty killing. Seductive, silky and with great balance, still very tight with loads of potential down the road. Fragrant nose of spice and earth with plenty of fruit that rolled on in layers. Long vibrant finish. Displays the typical elegance and power of Mugneret bottlings with Grand Cru class.
8/14/2006 - Meeker1 wrote:
93 points
Obviously infanticide, but you only live once! This is a pretty good deal for Leroy and always delivers for me. Once it opened up in the decanter after an hour-plus, it was full of bright floral cherry and darker raspberry fruit, full of minerality and a hint of wet earth that meshed well together. Great balance of acidity and medium tannins and vibrant, yet delicate, intensity led to a long finish. Still needs a good deal of time, but it was sure fun to drink now.
5/22/2006 - Meeker1 wrote:
93 points
Another nice '98 from a string of surprises from that vintage. Deep cherry and spicy flavors, just a hint of classy oak, silky, medium-bodied with moderate supple tanins. A long lingering finish shows the underlying persistence this wine contains. Drinks great now, but will improve with some age.
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