Twenty years on tasting.
Pellucid ruby red, fading rim. Svelte, even a bit tender for a grand cru. Modestly proportioned with a chiffony texture. Yet benificent and enchanting: beetroot and myrtille around a sleek cherry heart. Refined secondary notes of ceylon tea, brown spices, wilted lilac, Morey humus. A lattice-like structure: this ripples with precision and purity. Immaculate, fine-boned Clos de la Roche. Now – 2020.