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2006 Boisset Jean-Claude, Morey St.Denis Les Monts LuisantsApr. 2009
Medium colour. The nose is about hints of tar, licorice, blacker cherry and bramble fruit over a more mineral base. A narrow entry that widens in the mid-palate and pushes a long finish that’s borne on super acidity. Quite transparent and very interesting. Intense, though almost too understated because of its primary nature. Was a lovely bottle.
2006 Boisset Jean-Claude, Morey St.Denis Les Monts LuisantsJul. 2008
Medium-plus cherry red. The nose is soft and heavy with cherry-red fruit accented by faint white pepper. Fills your mouth with ripe red fruit that widens in the mid-palate and takes on a slightly savoury element. The acidity is perfectly balanced, lingering in the mouthwatering finish. Understated concentration and intensity. Very primary though accomplished and tasty.
2006 Boisset Jean-Claude, Morey St.Denis Les Monts LuisantsApr. 2008
Twenty percent new oak, from 60 year-old vines just above the Clos de la Roche. The nose is quite different to the last wines – just focused red fruits. In the mouth there’s lots of interest and ever-more flavour through the mid-palate. Excellent!
2001 Dujac, Morey St.Denis Les Monts LuisantsFeb. 2003
Lovely nose with grapefruit and banana notes. Good acidity and reasonable volume in the mouth. There’s reasonable length, but I find the wine a little bland, perhaps the fact that the wine’s only been in bottle for two weeks is to blame.
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