Stephen Tanzer 94
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Bright red-ruby. Pure, expressive aromas and flavors of black cherry and menthol lifted by a topnote of spearmint. Densely packed, seamless and refined on the palate, with firm underlying acidity giving the wine a very primary quality. One senses that this very promising Echézeaux will require several years in the bottle to display its inherent generosity. Méo's vines in Les Rouges du Bas were planted in 1950. He did a lot of replanting when he took over the domain in 1989, which he believes has added "an extra layer of ripeness" to the wine.
| Stephen Tanzer
|Region||France | Burgundy | Vosne Romanee|
|Bottle size||Standard bottle (0,75 liter)|
Bottles in perfect condition: Labels and capsules excellent. Levels into the neck. Stored in fully conditioned cellar.
|When to drink||2022-2035|