In 2016, Tasting Notes
  Bok's Rating:

Côte de Nuits · France

TYPE – Red

GRAPES-Pinot Noir


For burgundy fans, I must confess patience is sometimes as necessary as Bordeaux wines. I once drank a bottle of 96 Dujac Clos de la Roche, totally not ready. The soil driven, earthy wine of CdlR requires significant amount of ageing.

This producer did a great job; at 33 years old, perfect drinking window. Nose of very ripe strawberries and steel initially and order got reversed later on. Palette did not have any steely notes, very ripe, sweet and balanced, just a bit more acid.”


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