In 2017, Tasting Notes
  Bok's Rating:


Not often you get to be tested for such a label! I was served a blind glass after the Dom 90, initially a bit clueless.

Strong hazelnut skin dominated the nose. Initially the acidity was low, content was ripe and forward. Based on these facts I boldly declared it as 2002.

As the night wore off, I realized the wine’s acidity kept getting elevated, the taste sharper, and content got skinnier. At this point I was persuaded it was a village level from d’Auvenay. Another spot on answer tonight!


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