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Albert Bichot Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru 2015 (4167) Albert Bichot Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru 2015 (4167)
  

Albert Bichot Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru 2015 (4167)

France - Burgundy - Cote de Nuits - Morey-St-Denis
Pinot Noir

Gold Medal at the International Wine Challenge 2017.


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Professional Reviews

JRob
17.5
Jancis Robinson

Mid cherry red. Perfumed with both fruit and spice and what seems like a slight stemmy note giving a light herbal freshness (in 2015 they typically used about 50% whole bunch, a bit higher than usual). Tight, scented but surprisingly toned on the palate. The physique of an acrobat. 

 

TA
96
Tim Atkin MW

Sourced from a single supplier of grapes - that the Bichot team decide when to pick - this is a very impressive rendition of one of Morey-St-Denis’ two great Grands Crus. It’s a serious, fairly muscular wine, with plummy concentration, pithy acidity and well-integrated oak. 2025-35

Sourced from a single supplier of grapes - that the Bichot team decide when to pick - this is
a very impressive rendition of one of Morey-St-Denis’ two great Grands Crus. It’s a serious,
fairly muscular wine, with plummy concentration, pithy acidity and well-integrated oak.
2025-Sourced from a single supplier of grapes - that the Bichot team decide when to pick - this is a very impressive rendition of one of Morey-St-Denis’ two great Grands Crus. It’s a serious, fairly muscular wine, with plummy concentration, pithy acidity and well-integrated oak. 2025-35Sourced from a single supplier of grapes - that the Bichot team decide when to pick - this is a very impressive rendition of one of Morey-St-Denis’ two great Grands Crus. It’s a serious, fairly muscular wine, with plummy concentration, pithy acidity and well-integrated oak. 2025-35Sourced from a single supplier of grapes - that the Bichot team decide when to pick - this isa very impressive rendition of one of Morey-St-Denis’ two great Grands Crus. It’s a serious, fairly muscular wine, with plummy concentration, pithy acidity and well-integrated oak. 2

 

WA-NM
92-94
Wine Advocate - Neal Martin

The 2015 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru has a focused, quite reserved bouquet that seems to temper the precocity of the growing season and allow the stony terroir to filter through the fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with supple and extremely fine tannin, just the right amount of salinity with an edgy and vibrant, feminine finish. This is a graceful Clos de la Roche from Bichot that should age with style.

 
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