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    Burgundy 2 95-96 (WA)
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    £2,863.24
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    Wine Advocate (95-96)

    From the Puligny side of that cru, Jadot’s 2006 Batard-Montrachet from both purchased juice and grapes delivers vivid scents of saffron, jasmine, vanilla, musk, brown spices, and ripe peach. Vibrant – virtually electric – on the palate, yet all the while creamy in texture, here is a wine to make one firmly believe in the house proclivity to retain some malic acid. Blind, I might have imagined – at least until further reflection, and recognition of this wine’s sheer power – that I was drinking the Marcobrunn Riesling of my dreams. The persistence of fruit and spice here are as formidable as the foregoing features led one to hope.
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    Burgundy 2 93-95 (WA)
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    £2,438.44
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    Wine Advocate (93-95)

    There are eight barrels of the excellent 2017 Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru (Maison Louis Jadot), an impressive wine that unfurls in the glass with aromas of crisp yellow orchard fruit, pear, pastry cream and honeycomb. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, deep and satiny, with more concentration and cut than this year's Bienvenues, with an elegant sense of completeness and a long, lively finish. This will be well worth seeking out.
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    Burgundy 1 17+ (JR)
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    £1,791.62
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    Jancis Robinson (17+)

    Cask sample. Very rich and concentrated on the nose. Big and muscular at first but actually with real tautness and acidity on the end – almost unexpectedly! Not the most thrilling example from this appellation I have been lucky enough to taste but it’s certainly an attempt to give it tension. Almost too much so!
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    Burgundy 1 97-99 (IB)
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    £1,659.62
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (97-99)

    Pale lemon colour. Very little nose as yet, too early perhaps for a wine of this potential power – which it certainly has on the palate, and very good acidity as well. The immense square of fruit in the mouth doesn’t yet show specific flavours but everything hangs together impressively for what will be an imposing Bâtard. Tasted: November 2021
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    Burgundy 1 95-97 (IB)
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    £1,571.54
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (95-97)

    From the Puligny side of the appellation. Clear beautiful yellow colour. The nose is discreet but very classy, then this huge wealth of fruit expands across the palate. We can wait for the nose. This is beautifully poised, a little wood, a slight youthful bitterness, but both add to the grip. Long and fine. Drink from 2028-2035. Tasted: October 2022
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    Burgundy 1 95-97 (IB)
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    £3,391.49
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (95-97)

    From the Puligny side of the appellation. Clear beautiful yellow colour. The nose is discreet but very classy, then this huge wealth of fruit expands across the palate. We can wait for the nose. This is beautifully poised, a little wood, a slight youthful bitterness, but both add to the grip. Long and fine. Drink from 2028-2035. Tasted: October 2022
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    Burgundy 1 95-98 (IB)
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    £2,021.54
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (95-98)

    (5 Star Wine) This has not fallen clear after a recent lees stirring. Jadot stir their Grands Crus twice after the fermentations, once each in summer and autumn. There is significant weight as you would expect, almost a monolithic block, a little citrus, both lemon and lime. Impeccable length. This requires significantly more ageing but should join its fellows on the podium. Drink from 2034-2040+. Tasted: October 2023.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (WA)
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    £3,449.09
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    Wine Advocate (92-94)

    Aromas of waxy citrus rind, marzipan, white flowers and warm pastry introduce the 2018 Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru (Maison Louis Jadot), a full-bodied, ample and enveloping wine that's layered, textural and lively, concluding with a nicely defined finish.
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    Burgundy 1 90-92 (VN)
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    £1,415.54
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    Vinous (90-92)

    The 2020 Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru has a fragrant nose with apple blossom, granite and light citrus aromas, though it needs just a little more energy. The palate is well balanced with well integrated oak, fine depth, yet the finish feels a little richer than I would have liked and when juxtaposed against Jadot’s other Grand Crus. Enjoyable, but not intellectual. Closure: Diam
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    Burgundy 1 -
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    £595.49
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    Burgundy 1 -
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    £300.29
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    Burgundy 1 87 (VN)
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    £378.04
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    Vinous (87)

    The 2019 Chablis Les Clos Grand Cru has a lot of new oak on the nose that, like the Blanchot, renders it rather predictable. The palate is balanced but fat in the mouth, with low acidity and a rather crowd-pleasing but simple finish. So-so.
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    Burgundy 1 -
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    £864.29
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    Burgundy 1 91-94 (VN)
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    £1,491.64
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    Vinous (91-94)

    Red-ruby. Superripe aromas of black cherry and smoked meat; smells concentrated! Then sweet and quite penetrating on the palate, with a slightly tart and reserved character to its fruit, due in large part to the wine's rather powerful acidity. Finishes very pure and long, with plenty of flesh. This reminded me of a much more suave version of the Latricieres.
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    Burgundy 1 93-95 (BH)
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    £2,048.44
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    Burghound (93-95)

    A cool and highly restrained nose of spice, plum, underbrush and animale notes displays an ample amount of wood influence. The driving minerality of the openly muscular and hugely proportioned flavors is patently obvious and it continues onto the mouth coating and breathtakingly long finish. I very much like the balance here and while it can't quite match the sheer depth of material evidenced by the Chapelle, it's close and like the Chapelle I would suggest that this is very definitely not a good candidate for early consumption.
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    Burgundy 2 92-94 (VN)
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    £1,078.82
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    Vinous (92-94)

    The 2017 Chambertin Grand Cru has more amplitude on the nose compared to the Clos-de-Bèze, offering layers of red berry fruit, briar, tobacco and light roasted chestnut aromas. This is beautifully defined. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin on the entry. Like the Clos-de-Bèze, the fruit is a little backward at the moment, though there is substance here. It feels tightly coiled, but the structure and density on the finish suggest that it should develop in bottle. Maybe a little more persistence on the aftertaste would not have gone amiss, though that is the leitmotif of the vintage.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (VN)
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    £2,050.84
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    Vinous (92-94)

    The 2017 Chambertin Grand Cru has more amplitude on the nose compared to the Clos-de-Bèze, offering layers of red berry fruit, briar, tobacco and light roasted chestnut aromas. This is beautifully defined. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin on the entry. Like the Clos-de-Bèze, the fruit is a little backward at the moment, though there is substance here. It feels tightly coiled, but the structure and density on the finish suggest that it should develop in bottle. Maybe a little more persistence on the aftertaste would not have gone amiss, though that is the leitmotif of the vintage.
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    Burgundy 1 96-98 (VN)
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    £1,299.62
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    Vinous (96-98)

    The 2020 Chambertin Grand Cru has a magnificent bouquet with delineated redcurrant, raspberry and strawberry scents, quite pixelated in style, very focused and shimmering with tension. The palate is extremely well balanced with fine but firm tannins that frame some exquisite red fruit with real mineralité that just floods through on the finish. Brilliant.
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    Burgundy 1 93-95 (VN)
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    £1,161.14
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    Vinous (93-95)

    The 2021 Chambertin Grand Cru offers a touch more complexity and nuance than the Clos-de-Bèze with red berry fruit, orange rind, crushed stone and wilted rose petals. It's a little more delineated and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, again, quite creamy in texture with a bit of new oak on the finish (though there is a prudent use of new wood - one new barrel out of three). Quite seductive, this should age well in bottle, though afford it four to five years at least.
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    Burgundy 1 93-95 (VN (NM))
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    £1,871.54
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    Vinous - Neal Martin (93-95)

    The 2022 Chambertin Grand Cru takes time to settle in the glass. The exuberant bouquet has brambly red berry fruit, briar and a tang of shucked oyster shells, gaining intensity in the glass, though it doesn't quite match the precision of the Clos-de-Bèze. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy red fruit, quite muscular in style as it approaches its bold finish. Very good length and impressive power, yet my affection lies with the Clos-de-Bèze this year.
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    Burgundy 1 90-92 (VN)
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    £918.04
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    Vinous (90-92)

    Bright full red. The nose offers reticent, rather cool aromas of dark cherry and herbs but lacks the floral lift of most of Jadot's Gevrey premier crus. Very ripe, creamy and concentrated but can't match the Clos Saint-Jacques for definition or inner-mouth tension. A substantial 2016 but I don't find grand cru class or distinction here. Finishes with serious tannins that will require patience.
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    Burgundy 1 94-96 (VN)
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    £1,429.49
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    Vinous (94-96)

    The 2020 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru has a very seductive, quintessential nose with plush blueberry and black cherry fruit, well defined, sumptuous in style. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy black fruit, fine acidity, dense and grippy with an almost Mazis-like structure on the finish. Excellent, but it will require time in bottle.
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    Burgundy 3 90-92 (VN)
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    £625.24
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    Vinous (90-92)

    The 2020 Chassagne-Montrachet La Grande Montagne 1er Cru has a fresh and vibrant nose, clearly a level up from the Village Cru this year with more mineralité and tension. The palate is well balanced with a fine bead of acidity, taut and fresh with a vibrant and poised, apricot and nectarine tinged finish. This will be delicious. Closure: Diam
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    Burgundy 1 94-96 (WA)
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    £1,135.24
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    Wine Advocate (94-96)

    The 2013 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has an inviting, warm and enveloping bouquet that seems to surround the senses and give them a big hug. The palate is well balanced with fine tannins, animated citrus fruit underlying the black cherries and wild strawberry notes. There is really quite wonderful precision and focus on the finish. This is one of Jadot's best 2013s.
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    Burgundy 1 92-93 (WA)
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    £2,005.27
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    Wine Advocate (92-93)

    The 2014 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru, which comes from three sources, is a little more savory on the nose compared to the Clos Saint Denis, perhaps sans the same level of purity. There is more tertiary notes here, a hint of bacon fat even. The palate is medium-bodied with firm, slightly broader tannin than the Clos Saint Denis that lends it the weight, the presence, albeit without the nervosité or the mineral core expressed by the Clos Saint Denis. Very fine, but I would like to see more nuance develop during the rest of its élevage.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (WA)
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    £1,478.44
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    Wine Advocate (92-94)

    The 2015 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has a voluminous and extravagant bouquet with blooms of red berry fruit, although I found myself more drawn to the complex and intellectual Clos Saint-Denis. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin. This is a masculine, assertive Clos de la Roche, quite saline in the mouth with a feisty, spicy finish. This is a fine grand cru from Louis Jadot, though not one of their top releases this vintage.
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    Burgundy 1 93-95 (WA)
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    £1,020.04
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    Wine Advocate (93-95)

    The 2016 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru was showing a little more reduction on the nose compared to the Clos Saint-Denis, although I felt that there is more detail and complexity in situ. The palate is very refined with filigree tannin, great tension and focus, a gentle grip in the mouth with an almost tart, tensile finish that lingers in the mouth. I also appreciate the spiciness on the aftertaste. Superb.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (VN)
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    £1,279.24
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    Vinous (92-94)

    The 2018 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has an outgoing, generous bouquet of sensual red cherries, crushed strawberry and veins of blueberry that gain intensity with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with a dash of white pepper on the entry and slightly honeyed in texture toward the finish, betraying the warmth of the summer. It’s a close call but I just prefer the Clos Saint-Denis this year.
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    Burgundy 2 94-96 (VN)
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    £1,263.64
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    Vinous (94-96)

    The 2019 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has a beguiling bouquet of pure dark cherry and violet aromas, quite mineral-driven and wonderfully delineated. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, fine grip, and touches of graphite and white pepper toward the sustained finish. This feels cohesive and long, and it should age with style for 20–30 years.
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    Burgundy 1 95-97 (VN)
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    £1,609.24
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    Vinous (95-97)

    The 2019 Grands-Echézeaux Grand Cru is a clear step up from the Echézeaux, offering a gorgeous marine-influenced bouquet, touches of oyster shell infusing the mixture of red and black fruit, and wonderful mineralité. The palate is medium-bodied, burly and intense with an almost "heaving" structure that grips the palate, all with utmost finesse. Fist, velvet glove, etc.... it’s all here.
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    Burgundy 2 95-96 (WA)
    In Bond
    £2,370.00
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    Wine Advocate (95-96)

    From the Puligny side of that cru, Jadot’s 2006 Batard-Montrachet from both purchased juice and grapes delivers vivid scents of saffron, jasmine, vanilla, musk, brown spices, and ripe peach. Vibrant – virtually electric – on the palate, yet all the while creamy in texture, here is a wine to make one firmly believe in the house proclivity to retain some malic acid. Blind, I might have imagined – at least until further reflection, and recognition of this wine’s sheer power – that I was drinking the Marcobrunn Riesling of my dreams. The persistence of fruit and spice here are as formidable as the foregoing features led one to hope.
    More Info
    Burgundy 2 93-95 (WA)
    In Bond
    £2,016.00
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    Wine Advocate (93-95)

    There are eight barrels of the excellent 2017 Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru (Maison Louis Jadot), an impressive wine that unfurls in the glass with aromas of crisp yellow orchard fruit, pear, pastry cream and honeycomb. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, deep and satiny, with more concentration and cut than this year's Bienvenues, with an elegant sense of completeness and a long, lively finish. This will be well worth seeking out.
    More Info
    Burgundy 1 17+ (JR)
    In Bond
    £1,485.00
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    Jancis Robinson (17+)

    Cask sample. Very rich and concentrated on the nose. Big and muscular at first but actually with real tautness and acidity on the end – almost unexpectedly! Not the most thrilling example from this appellation I have been lucky enough to taste but it’s certainly an attempt to give it tension. Almost too much so!
    More Info
    Burgundy 1 97-99 (IB)
    In Bond
    £1,375.00
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (97-99)

    Pale lemon colour. Very little nose as yet, too early perhaps for a wine of this potential power – which it certainly has on the palate, and very good acidity as well. The immense square of fruit in the mouth doesn’t yet show specific flavours but everything hangs together impressively for what will be an imposing Bâtard. Tasted: November 2021
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    Burgundy 1 95-97 (IB)
    In Bond
    £1,300.00
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (95-97)

    From the Puligny side of the appellation. Clear beautiful yellow colour. The nose is discreet but very classy, then this huge wealth of fruit expands across the palate. We can wait for the nose. This is beautifully poised, a little wood, a slight youthful bitterness, but both add to the grip. Long and fine. Drink from 2028-2035. Tasted: October 2022
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    Burgundy 1 95-97 (IB)
    In Bond
    £2,807.00
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (95-97)

    From the Puligny side of the appellation. Clear beautiful yellow colour. The nose is discreet but very classy, then this huge wealth of fruit expands across the palate. We can wait for the nose. This is beautifully poised, a little wood, a slight youthful bitterness, but both add to the grip. Long and fine. Drink from 2028-2035. Tasted: October 2022
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    Burgundy 1 95-98 (IB)
    In Bond
    £1,675.00
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    Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy (95-98)

    (5 Star Wine) This has not fallen clear after a recent lees stirring. Jadot stir their Grands Crus twice after the fermentations, once each in summer and autumn. There is significant weight as you would expect, almost a monolithic block, a little citrus, both lemon and lime. Impeccable length. This requires significantly more ageing but should join its fellows on the podium. Drink from 2034-2040+. Tasted: October 2023.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (WA)
    In Bond
    £2,855.00
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    Wine Advocate (92-94)

    Aromas of waxy citrus rind, marzipan, white flowers and warm pastry introduce the 2018 Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru (Maison Louis Jadot), a full-bodied, ample and enveloping wine that's layered, textural and lively, concluding with a nicely defined finish.
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    Burgundy 1 90-92 (VN)
    In Bond
    £1,170.00
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    Vinous (90-92)

    The 2020 Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru has a fragrant nose with apple blossom, granite and light citrus aromas, though it needs just a little more energy. The palate is well balanced with well integrated oak, fine depth, yet the finish feels a little richer than I would have liked and when juxtaposed against Jadot’s other Grand Crus. Enjoyable, but not intellectual. Closure: Diam
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    Burgundy 1 -
    In Bond
    £477.00
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    Burgundy 1 -
    In Bond
    £231.00
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    Burgundy 1 87 (VN)
    In Bond
    £299.00
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    Vinous (87)

    The 2019 Chablis Les Clos Grand Cru has a lot of new oak on the nose that, like the Blanchot, renders it rather predictable. The palate is balanced but fat in the mouth, with low acidity and a rather crowd-pleasing but simple finish. So-so.
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    Burgundy 1 -
    In Bond
    £701.00
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    Burgundy 1 91-94 (VN)
    In Bond
    £1,227.00
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    Vinous (91-94)

    Red-ruby. Superripe aromas of black cherry and smoked meat; smells concentrated! Then sweet and quite penetrating on the palate, with a slightly tart and reserved character to its fruit, due in large part to the wine's rather powerful acidity. Finishes very pure and long, with plenty of flesh. This reminded me of a much more suave version of the Latricieres.
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    Burgundy 1 93-95 (BH)
    In Bond
    £1,691.00
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    Burghound (93-95)

    A cool and highly restrained nose of spice, plum, underbrush and animale notes displays an ample amount of wood influence. The driving minerality of the openly muscular and hugely proportioned flavors is patently obvious and it continues onto the mouth coating and breathtakingly long finish. I very much like the balance here and while it can't quite match the sheer depth of material evidenced by the Chapelle, it's close and like the Chapelle I would suggest that this is very definitely not a good candidate for early consumption.
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    Burgundy 2 92-94 (VN)
    In Bond
    £891.00
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    Vinous (92-94)

    The 2017 Chambertin Grand Cru has more amplitude on the nose compared to the Clos-de-Bèze, offering layers of red berry fruit, briar, tobacco and light roasted chestnut aromas. This is beautifully defined. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin on the entry. Like the Clos-de-Bèze, the fruit is a little backward at the moment, though there is substance here. It feels tightly coiled, but the structure and density on the finish suggest that it should develop in bottle. Maybe a little more persistence on the aftertaste would not have gone amiss, though that is the leitmotif of the vintage.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (VN)
    In Bond
    £1,693.00
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    Vinous (92-94)

    The 2017 Chambertin Grand Cru has more amplitude on the nose compared to the Clos-de-Bèze, offering layers of red berry fruit, briar, tobacco and light roasted chestnut aromas. This is beautifully defined. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin on the entry. Like the Clos-de-Bèze, the fruit is a little backward at the moment, though there is substance here. It feels tightly coiled, but the structure and density on the finish suggest that it should develop in bottle. Maybe a little more persistence on the aftertaste would not have gone amiss, though that is the leitmotif of the vintage.
    More Info
    Burgundy 1 96-98 (VN)
    In Bond
    £1,075.00
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    Vinous (96-98)

    The 2020 Chambertin Grand Cru has a magnificent bouquet with delineated redcurrant, raspberry and strawberry scents, quite pixelated in style, very focused and shimmering with tension. The palate is extremely well balanced with fine but firm tannins that frame some exquisite red fruit with real mineralité that just floods through on the finish. Brilliant.
    More Info
    Burgundy 1 93-95 (VN)
    In Bond
    £958.00
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    Vinous (93-95)

    The 2021 Chambertin Grand Cru offers a touch more complexity and nuance than the Clos-de-Bèze with red berry fruit, orange rind, crushed stone and wilted rose petals. It's a little more delineated and focused. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, again, quite creamy in texture with a bit of new oak on the finish (though there is a prudent use of new wood - one new barrel out of three). Quite seductive, this should age well in bottle, though afford it four to five years at least.
    More Info
    Burgundy 1 93-95 (VN (NM))
    In Bond
    £1,550.00
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    Vinous - Neal Martin (93-95)

    The 2022 Chambertin Grand Cru takes time to settle in the glass. The exuberant bouquet has brambly red berry fruit, briar and a tang of shucked oyster shells, gaining intensity in the glass, though it doesn't quite match the precision of the Clos-de-Bèze. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy red fruit, quite muscular in style as it approaches its bold finish. Very good length and impressive power, yet my affection lies with the Clos-de-Bèze this year.
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    Burgundy 1 90-92 (VN)
    In Bond
    £749.00
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    Vinous (90-92)

    Bright full red. The nose offers reticent, rather cool aromas of dark cherry and herbs but lacks the floral lift of most of Jadot's Gevrey premier crus. Very ripe, creamy and concentrated but can't match the Clos Saint-Jacques for definition or inner-mouth tension. A substantial 2016 but I don't find grand cru class or distinction here. Finishes with serious tannins that will require patience.
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    Burgundy 1 94-96 (VN)
    In Bond
    £1,172.00
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    Vinous (94-96)

    The 2020 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru has a very seductive, quintessential nose with plush blueberry and black cherry fruit, well defined, sumptuous in style. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy black fruit, fine acidity, dense and grippy with an almost Mazis-like structure on the finish. Excellent, but it will require time in bottle.
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    Burgundy 3 90-92 (VN)
    In Bond
    £505.00
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    Vinous (90-92)

    The 2020 Chassagne-Montrachet La Grande Montagne 1er Cru has a fresh and vibrant nose, clearly a level up from the Village Cru this year with more mineralité and tension. The palate is well balanced with a fine bead of acidity, taut and fresh with a vibrant and poised, apricot and nectarine tinged finish. This will be delicious. Closure: Diam
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    Burgundy 1 94-96 (WA)
    In Bond
    £930.00
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    Wine Advocate (94-96)

    The 2013 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has an inviting, warm and enveloping bouquet that seems to surround the senses and give them a big hug. The palate is well balanced with fine tannins, animated citrus fruit underlying the black cherries and wild strawberry notes. There is really quite wonderful precision and focus on the finish. This is one of Jadot's best 2013s.
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    Burgundy 1 92-93 (WA)
    In Bond
    £1,639.00
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    Wine Advocate (92-93)

    The 2014 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru, which comes from three sources, is a little more savory on the nose compared to the Clos Saint Denis, perhaps sans the same level of purity. There is more tertiary notes here, a hint of bacon fat even. The palate is medium-bodied with firm, slightly broader tannin than the Clos Saint Denis that lends it the weight, the presence, albeit without the nervosité or the mineral core expressed by the Clos Saint Denis. Very fine, but I would like to see more nuance develop during the rest of its élevage.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (WA)
    In Bond
    £1,216.00
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    Wine Advocate (92-94)

    The 2015 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has a voluminous and extravagant bouquet with blooms of red berry fruit, although I found myself more drawn to the complex and intellectual Clos Saint-Denis. The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannin. This is a masculine, assertive Clos de la Roche, quite saline in the mouth with a feisty, spicy finish. This is a fine grand cru from Louis Jadot, though not one of their top releases this vintage.
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    Burgundy 1 93-95 (WA)
    In Bond
    £834.00
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    Wine Advocate (93-95)

    The 2016 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru was showing a little more reduction on the nose compared to the Clos Saint-Denis, although I felt that there is more detail and complexity in situ. The palate is very refined with filigree tannin, great tension and focus, a gentle grip in the mouth with an almost tart, tensile finish that lingers in the mouth. I also appreciate the spiciness on the aftertaste. Superb.
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    Burgundy 1 92-94 (VN)
    In Bond
    £1,050.00
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    Vinous (92-94)

    The 2018 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has an outgoing, generous bouquet of sensual red cherries, crushed strawberry and veins of blueberry that gain intensity with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with a dash of white pepper on the entry and slightly honeyed in texture toward the finish, betraying the warmth of the summer. It’s a close call but I just prefer the Clos Saint-Denis this year.
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    Burgundy 2 94-96 (VN)
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    Vinous (94-96)

    The 2019 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has a beguiling bouquet of pure dark cherry and violet aromas, quite mineral-driven and wonderfully delineated. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, fine grip, and touches of graphite and white pepper toward the sustained finish. This feels cohesive and long, and it should age with style for 20–30 years.
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    Burgundy 1 95-97 (VN)
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    Vinous (95-97)

    The 2019 Grands-Echézeaux Grand Cru is a clear step up from the Echézeaux, offering a gorgeous marine-influenced bouquet, touches of oyster shell infusing the mixture of red and black fruit, and wonderful mineralité. The palate is medium-bodied, burly and intense with an almost "heaving" structure that grips the palate, all with utmost finesse. Fist, velvet glove, etc.... it’s all here.
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