“(from a mix of Les Jacquines, Champs Perdrix, Hautes-Maizières and Les Vigneux). There is just enough reduction present to push the underlying fruit to the background but not so much as to mask the pretty spice wisps. There is an equally seductive mouthfeel to the velvet-textured flavors that possess even better depth on the firm, palate coating and impressively persistent finish. This is an excellent Vosne villages that is worth your interest. (89-92)/2028+” Allan Meadows ————> “particularly outstanding for their respective appellations and especially merit your attention”.
“Champs Perdrix for half, then Jacquines, Hautes-Maizières and Vigneux. Rich full purple. It is a bit reductive at the moment, not having been racked after a late malolactic fermentation. But no matter because the wine on the palate is pure and racy, with a lifted stylish finish, darker fruit, a little touch of liquorice but it is fruit that wins the race to the back. This may rate even higher later on.” 91-93 Jasper Morris