Corton Rouge, Marchand-Tawse 2015
**Note: from Rognets**
A much more restrained and earthier nose displays distinctly cool red currant and soft floral aromas. The big and overtly powerful but not massive broad-shouldered flavors exude plenty of minerality on the austere, long and ultra-serious finale. This is borderline old school in style and a wine that will also need plenty of cellaring to resolve the notably firm tannic spine.
|Score: 91/94||Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (65), January 2017|
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