jaboulet-vercherre 96 beaune 1er clos de l’ecu


jaboulet-vercherre beaune clos de l'ecu
This wine has wonderful packaging – Faiveley (who currently make this wine) will certainly not achieve the same level of interest – I expect, however, that the contents will be significantly improved, even if you don’t like the Faively style!
1996 Jaboulet-Vercherre, Beaune 1er Clos de l’Ecutry to find this wine...
Medium-pale ruby-red. The nose has a high-toned start with a little resinous/green background, slowly a little jammier depth comes through. The palate is a little thin, with tart acidity, mild tannin and a rather unripe finish – if you persevere, your palate adjusts a little and there is some apparent sweetness – but I wouldn’t recommend it. Is this the worst wine I’ve opened this year? – well there was that 96 Lamadon Echézeaux, but more on that another day – for now this has that dubious award.
Rebuy – No Way

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There are 2 responses to “jaboulet-vercherre 96 beaune 1er clos de l’ecu”

  1. dwdj31st May 2007 at 1:03 pmPermalinkReply

    at least the label was nice…

    Tell me did you find scissors in time or did you expectantly go at the wire with your teeth??

  2. bill nanson31st May 2007 at 3:10 pmPermalinkReply

    As you will see David, les Français are much more customer-friendly in this respect than les Espagnols, the wire finishes below the capsule 😉

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