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(2020) Nutty and truffley, a little chestnut character. Such sweet fruit on the palate - sings across the tongue, lovely sweet and pure fleshy fruit. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review.
(2020) Extra aromatic lift to this, with a juicy character, lots of creaminess but the fruit and the truffle sings through on the palate. Spice and chocolate to the tannins in the finish. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review.
(2020) Moe aromatic, red berries, but a higher rofile, emphasised spices and floral notes, and real juiciness and cherry skin intensty. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review.
(2020) Lovely herbal stuff, has nuttiness and elegant perfume beginnng to develop, some meatiness. Plush and creamy, has plenty of fruit and will developed very nicely. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review.
(2020) Fine meaty, meat-stock aromas, but not stewed, nuts and seeds and firm red cherry and red plum fruit. Immense fruit sweetness and concentration. Will age very gracefully I suspect. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review
(2020) A treat to taste an older vintage. Truffle and coffee, a gamy note has developed, featherweight stuff. Truffles and game on the palate, absolutely delicious length, but in peak condition the red fruit still at the core. No UK retail stockists listed at time of review.
(2020) Pale, translusecent, much more developed truffle and briar character than the 2017, lovely wild herb notes - quite garrique-like. The palate has a beautifully cool, pure fruit quality. The elegance is striking here, pure and delicate in comparison, a touch of toffee apple, a lovely edge to this, finesse and fine tannins and cool acidity add to that impression of elegance.
(2020) Just the earliest signs of tertiary development, with pleasing vegetal notes, mushroom and truffle, has a classic Burgundian style, lovely berry fruits. Such ripe, sweet red fruits, but fleshy and plummy too, with spicy fruit compote and a touch of chocolate to the finish. Blair thinks potentially this has more complexity than the 2018.
(2020) Lovely polish to this, a slightly darker fruit profile and arguably more mineral than the Bannockburn 2018, with real cherry pit juiciness and freshness, the stripe of tannin firmer than the Bannockburn, the whole wine a touch more sinewy, but plush and sweet to the finish.
(2020) Sourced from vineyards across the properties, there's an appealing, light aromatic here, lightly ashy and perfumed, The fruit so juicy and cherryish. The fragrance keeps coming through, onto a spicy fruit character, the tannins quite silky, the acidity cherryish and ripe, and again that little bit of spice and herbal tones too.
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