Beautiful Beaujolais that transcends the appellation. With 3 years it’s starting to behave like a Pinot Noir. Blind of all, we’d certainly be wrong. A wine that needs at least one hour of aeration to give time to the beautiful material to deploy. Fine, tight and persistent tannins. Serve at 12-13 degrees.
Superbe Beaujolais qui transcende l’appellation. Avec 3 ans ça commence à se comporter comme un pinot noir, d’ailleurs à l’aveugle on s’y tromperait certainement. Un vin qui a besoin d’une heure d’aération au moins pour laisser le temps à la belle matière de se déployer. Tanins fin, serrés et persistants. Servir à 12-13 degrés. — 10 days ago
A magnum! A thin/light garnet , edges quite red. Nose of light fruit, maybe pear & strawberry. Medium body- fruits like pear and maybe white peach. On the dry side, low acidity, pretty good! — 6 days ago
Only one bottle left... That strong nose with violet, cherry, hay, iron... Who couldn't love that? There is a huge acid backbone with a good width, a soft mouthfeel, a big bright ripe cherry note, a huge power house of a mid palate with tickling tannins that tend to dry up a bit a huge finish with cherry and even cherry spirit notes. That's probably my favorite kind of wine here — 13 days ago
La Dot! Oh how I love thee. Way way too young. But glorious! Nose is showing some reduction. Will blow off. Gorgeous ripe cherries. Smoke. Leather. Minerals. Floral. Really complex. Palate is so good. So refined and elegant with huge structure and sap. Such purity and depth. Salty almost on the very long finish. Great freshness and explosiveness. Great fruit density as well. Check back in 5 years. — 23 days ago