The 2013 Vosne-Romanée Village, without the addition of “Les Commune” for the first time, has a lifted dark cherry and blackberry leaf nose, nicely defined and quite vigorous. The palate is medium-bodied with supple ripe tannins, nicely judged acidity and a very linear finish that just needs to develop a little more complexity by the time of bottle.
This is being sold as a deluxe village wine with a change of composition – no commune grapes. 25% new oak. Just a third of the old volumes. Vigneux, from the bottom of Brûlées because they don’t reckon it’s up to premier cru standard – a little bit rustic. It also includes some young vines of grand cru. Scented and fresh and vigourous. Lots of energy. Kerpow. Just a little hard on the end. Long and lively. Jancis Robinson
Savory flavors on the palate with an aroma of roasted herbs and red flowers. Palate offers both red and black berries with velvety tannins. Balanced and ready to drink after a few years in bottle. Tasted in: Burgundy, France. Maturity: Young.
2014 by jeannie cho lee
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