The 2013 Echézeaux Grand Cru was showing a little reduction on the nose when I tasted it from barrel. However, the palate is showing good promise: fine tannins here, a keen line of acidity and a surfeit of freshness and vitality. This is an elegant, feminine Echezeaux full of poise and grace, but I suspect it will need three or four years in bottle. This has great potential and represents one of the best from the domaine in 2013.
Bright red cherry fruit wth savory herbs and spices. Delicate layers of fruit backed by fresh acidity and lifted red flowers on the palate. A pretty wine that does not show its 100% new oak. Tasted in: Burgundy, France. Maturity: Young. By jeannie cho lee
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