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jean-marc boillot 2000 pommard jarollières

jean-marc boillot pommard jarollieres

2000 Jean-Marc Boillot, Pommard 1er Les Jarollières try to find this wine...
Medium, medium-minus colour. The nose is a long way towards maturity with soft, ripe and sweet red berry fruit and faint cocoa notes that could come from a 1980’s wine. In the mouth there is still a block of tannin in the middle that needs resolving that has a dry edge. Decent enough acidity, if slightly lifted. Finishes well. Still not as tasty as its first 18 months in bottle but far better than most of the years that followed. Needs anothe 2-3 years for the tannins.
Rebuy – no

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