Community Tasting Notes (7) Avg Score: 92.8 points

  • vilda hallon och en längd som heter duga. Fortfarande rätt taninrikt vin men ack så gott. 93-94

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  • The loser of the flight, owing to its youth. Oak is excessive at this stage, and it lacks the complexity of the older wines in the tasting. However, there is a core of serious fruit, and I suspect it will become elegant when the oak integrates. I would have no interest in opening a bottle in less than 8 years, it's really a baby.

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  • Long spell at work, could not resist opening this Friday night. Popped and poured. Pristine cork. Shimmering deep ruby color. Nose a proverbial shot across the bow indicating a serious wine, showing immediate scents of violets, anise, forest floor, cinnamon, licorice, and soy. Beautiful, vivacious red raspberry, mulberry, and dark cherry fruit on the palate with a fast second wave of underbrush, iron flecks, anise, and earth. Strong but filed-off tannins balanced by bracing acidity and all that fruit. Delectable finish of freshness, lively red fruit, iron, and grip. Ah, Les Amoureuses.

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  • Clean purple color. Reticent on the nose. Floral purple and black fruits on the mouth. Very pleasant to drink. Enjoyed. Very young

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  • young purple color. a uplifting nose of polished red fruits. for the first hour the tanins were front and center but after a while they made way for a delicious, young , fleshy dark fruit mouthful . well balanced and showing a great future

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  • By Richard Jennings
    2/26/2010, (See more on 93 points

    (Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Amoureuses) Medium garnet red color; tart cherry, spice, orange, baked tart cherry nose; concentrated, tight, tart cherry, tart red fruit, orange, spice, mineral palate witm medium acidity and sweet, velvety tannins; medium-plus finish

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