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2009 Domaine Jean Luc et Jean Paul Jamet Cote-Rotie (in magnum)
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94 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2012

Opaque purple.  Explosively perfumed scents of red and dark berries, potpourri and Asian spices, with black pepper and mineral nuances gaining strength with air.  Juicy and expansive on the palate, showing intense black raspberry and blueberry flavors and an exotic touch of candied violet.  Finishes sweet and very long, with resonating spiciness and florality.  This winter I also had the chance to retaste the 2008 and 2007 versions of this bottling:  the '08 is a graceful, lively, open-knit wine that's showing intense, still-primary red fruit now, with good depth and finishing cut, while the '07 conveys a darker fruit profile and more tannic grip.  At this point it looks like the '08 is the one to drink now, if you're the impatient sort.

90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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