**Note: 100% from the Chambolle side that combines about one-third terres rouges and the remainder from terres blanches**
Ample wood and herbal tea notes are present on the equally cool aromas of cherry, raspberry and freshly turned earth. The moderately dense larger-bodied flavors are rich and enveloping while displaying fine length on the palate coating, youthfully austere and bitter pit fruit-inflected finale. This will need to add much more depth as it's a bit one-dimensional today and as such, my projected range is wider than usual.
Aromas of red cherries, raspberries, raw cocoa, spices, rose petals and licorice preface the 2021 Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru (Domaine Louis Jadot), a medium to full-bodied, elegant and seamless wine that's deep, complex and perfumed. It's another one of the high points of the portfolio.
One of the paler pink-ruby colours. The bouquet feels more white soil, and then there is the weight behind, while retaining elegance, which the Echezeaux did not have. Pretty and fresh, very far from the more massive style of Bonnes Mares. Actually, this comes mostly from the brown clay part of the terroir but the vintage gives more elegance. Drink from 2027-2034. Tasted: October 2022