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J. Chezeaux Nuits St. Georges Aux Boudots 2008, 1.5L (WA91) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

J. Chezeaux Nuits St. Georges Aux Boudots

1.5L

Vintage: 2008
Region: France--Burgundy--Red
Appellation: Nuits St. Georges, Cote de Nuits

WA91
Rated 91 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 2008 Vosne-Romanee Aux Boudots is one of the more open 2008s here. It shows excellent nuance and detail, with pretty layers of fruit and slightly firm tannins. I am not sure the Boudots ultimately has enough fruit to balance the tannins as the wine ages, so my preference is to drink this sooner rather than later. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2024.` -- Antonio Galloni in the Wine Advocate.Additional Notes from the Wine Advocate: `Jerome Chezeaux farms a total of 11.2 hectares of vineyards, of which 6.6 are estate owned. The fruit is 100% destemmed. Chezeaux favors fairly lengthy macerations. New oak levels are on the low side. As is the case at many estates, the 2009s have a slight upper hand in many of the entry and mid-level wines, while at the high end the 2008s are superb. Either way, these are some of the most beautiful, classically built wines I tasted on my trip. Patience is required, though, as these are sturdy wines that need bottle age.`


$105.00

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J. Chezeaux Nuits St. Georges Aux Boudots

1.5L

Vintage: 2008
Region: France--Burgundy--Red
Appellation: Nuits St. Georges, Cote de Nuits

WA91
Rated 91 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 2008 Vosne-Romanee Aux Boudots is one of the more open 2008s here. It shows excellent nuance and detail, with pretty layers of fruit and slightly firm tannins. I am not sure the Boudots ultimately has enough fruit to balance the tannins as the wine ages, so my preference is to drink this sooner rather than later. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2024.` -- Antonio Galloni in the Wine Advocate.Additional Notes from the Wine Advocate: `Jerome Chezeaux farms a total of 11.2 hectares of vineyards, of which 6.6 are estate owned. The fruit is 100% destemmed. Chezeaux favors fairly lengthy macerations. New oak levels are on the low side. As is the case at many estates, the 2009s have a slight upper hand in many of the entry and mid-level wines, while at the high end the 2008s are superb. Either way, these are some of the most beautiful, classically built wines I tasted on my trip. Patience is required, though, as these are sturdy wines that need bottle age.`


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