The Chambertin 02 is one of the better efforts from Jacques Prieur. The bouquet is quite open with sweet rather dark fruit, black cherries and liquorice. The oak is still quite present in the nose, but good complexity as the wine is starting to show. On the palate lush ripe sweet pinot fruit. A fine backbone from the big terroir. It’s however not very harmonious, as the fruit seems sort of separated from the minerality in the finish – leaving a quite dense fruit expression. This wine is fine, and far better than the worst Prieur efforts – still they should have done better with this terroir in an oustanding vintage.
(Drink From 2017) Fine – 91p
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- Domaine Jacques Prieur, Chevalier-Montrachet 2013 May 13, 2017
- Domaine Jacques Prieur, Chambertin 2002 March 8, 2012
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