750 mL Bottle
"Black tea, orange zest, resin, and cherry jam pungently scent the Lecheneaut 2008 Nuits-St.-Georges Les Damodes. Faintly chewy but sweetly-fruited on mid-palate, it comes up a bit awkwardly tannic in finish thanks to the negative synergy of fruit skin and new wood (although the share of the latter is apparently only around one-third). Still, there is a latent sense of energy here as well as a sheer persistence that bode well for at least ten or a dozen years of consideration, though I would want to revisit a bottle to perform a tannin check within the next 3-4."
90 Points David Schildknecht, Wine Advocate
"More chary oak polish but nice ripe red fruit notes beneath. The palate is very rich with concentrated flavours of red cherry, red berry and plum fruits together with sweet spices, light oak and a vibrant mineral acid vein. Firm tannins balanced by persistent sweet, juicy, floral red fruit and plum notes." Importers Note
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