Domaine Dujac, Morey-Saint-Denis 1er cru 2006

The Morey-Saint-Denis 1er cru 2006 from Domaine Dujac is not showing well at the moment. The bouquet is rather closed with dark somewhat stewed fruit notes. On the palate quite tight dark fruit, again with slightly stewed notes. The volatile acidity seems slightly high – like in quite a lot of other 2006 wines – but is at a acceptable level. Need time unfold some red fruit and complexity .. good/very good rather than fine.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2017) – Good+ 87p – Tasted 05/12/2012

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