Clos de la Roche, Domaine Dujac 2007
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This is discreetly floral with an elegant, refined and dense nose of red berry fruit, earth and wisps of anise and clove that precede textured, fresh and mouth coating medium plus weight flavors that possess good richness and solid power, punch, depth and length. Though it would not be my recommendation, this is sufficiently forward that it could actually be drunk now with sufficient aeration.
|Score: 92||Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (37), January 2010|
This is also discreetly floral with an elegant, refined and dense nose of red berry fruit, earth and a wisp of anise and clove mix that precedes textured, fresh and mouth coating medium plus weight flavors that possess good richness and solid power, punch, depth and length. This has more depth and power than the Echézeaux but not necessarily more length.
|Score: 91/93||Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (33), January 2009|
Jeremy Seysses has crafted an outstanding 2007 Clos de la Roche. The wine is deep and classy, but also decidedly less far along its evolutionary path than the domaine’s Clos St. Denis, as it offers up a very pure and primary nose of red and black cherries, plums, cocoa, a fine base of soil, woodsmoke and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and nascently complex, with a rock solid core, suave, seamless tannins, tangy acids and outstanding length and grip on the perfectly balanced and youthful finish. This will be dynamite wine in the fullness of time, but this is one of those top 2007 grand crus that still needs some more cellaring. 2020-2050.
|Score: 95+||John Gilman, View From the Cellar (64), August 2016|
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