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Community Tasting Notes (50) Avg Score: 89.7 points

  • What a wonderful treat! This was pure Côte-Rôtie, textbook Côte-Rôtie. There is unique pleasure in tasting just that. I have no interest in deciding if it is the best Côte-Rôtie I have had, or the best Jasmin, or the best 2007 Côte-Rôtie, or the best Jasmin 2007 Côte-Rôtie. Nor do I care if it is less good than other's of those categories.
    What matters is that is is a real Côte-Rôtie. I have had recently a 2004 Barbaresco from a good producer from a good MGA and it did not taste like a Bararesco. I have had a 2006 Brunello di Montalcino from an average producer that did not taste like a Brunello.
    It appears that the recent people reporting on this wine feel similarly. They express themselves in their own ways.
    We do not get to taste a Côte-Rôtie very often. If you want the real thing here is an example. It is mature enough to be able to taste that it is.

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  • Can't really call this a great Cote-Rotie, but it comes across as a very honest one. Nice ruby pigment forecasts a ready drinking zone notwithstanding that we're about 30 hours shy of technical rule-of-15 compliance. The color is deceptive as the fruit tones are quite dark and blackish. Texture is nicely resolved and all the classic Cote-Rotie elements are here - cured meat, olive bramble, just a l'il bit of barnyard - albeit nothing is screaming, everything soft and subtle.

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  • with ample air this shows a nice mix of tart fruits, beef jerky, herbs and earth notes. in prefect place of primary and tertiary flavors. Give it some air though

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  • Gift from a friend last year. On PnP showed great characteristics, quite tasty and easy to drink, complexity pulled together from years in bottle is my favorite part. Found myself wishing that on day 2 it would gain; it was a bit more serene but as another noted it also felt slightly tired. This bottle may have had its day before I could get to it. Quite pleasing overall, a beautiful expression from start to finish.

    Edit: Day 4 finished off last 5 oz and was still darn delicious and held up well.

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  • Russk. CDC at Andrea's. Her wine. Thx Dear. The WOTN. Blind, I called it N. Rhone with Viognier. Bacon. Bandaid. Finesse. Maybe a tiny bit tired. But still drinking nicely 3 days later.

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  • By Josh Raynolds
    January/February 2009, IWC Issue #142, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Domaine Patrick Jasmin Cote Rotie) Login and sign up and see review text.

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