Latricieres Chambertin Grand Cru
-- TA: In a year that has seen some very impressive wines from Domaine Faiveley, this is one of the finest reds in its portfolio. It’s still quite tight, but it’s sweet and concentrated and hauntingly refined, with sap and focus, some Asian spices, subtle oak and a chalky, refreshing, pomegranate-like finish. 98/100
-- IWC: Good bright, dark red. Complex, high-pitched aromas of pomegranate, nutmeg, orange peel, licorice and pepper. Nuanced and stylish but youthfully tight, showing outstanding definition and lift its tart red berry and stone flavors. Finishes long and brisk, with outstanding energy. This should enjoy a long and graceful evolution in bottle; my range may eventually turn out to be conservative. 92-95/100
-- BH: A pure and manifestly earthy and sauvage nose offers up notes of red and dark currant, humus and underbrush. There is excellent volume and mid-palate density to the beautifully delineated medium weight plus flavors that possess terrific focus and plenty of minerality on the strikingly long finish. As is usually the case this is markedly austere at present and will need plenty of cellar time before it's ready for prime time but it should be well worth the wait. 92-95/100
- 139,00 €
Inkl. 19% MwSt.