There is just enough reduction present to render the nose difficult to evaluate. Otherwise there is good detail and vibrancy to the delicious, suave, round and fleshy flavors that possess an attractive texture, all wrapped in a balanced if mildly woody finish that offers fine length but only average depth. Note that my predicted range offers the benefit of the doubt that more complexity will develop with bottle age. (89-92)/2022+
Tim Atkin MW
Les Sorbets is a comparatively protected site, surrounded by houses and cellars in the lower part of the village. Like a cross between a Morey and a Chambolle, with floral aromas, sweet red plum and strawberry fruit, nuanced oak and fine tannins. 2020-26
Wine Advocate - Neal Martin
The 2015 Morey Saint Denis 1er Cru Les Sorbets felt a little subdued on the nose despite coaxing. The palate is more expressive with supple tannin, plenty of red cherry and raspberry fruit infused with a pinch of white pepper and a keen line of acidity. With good persistence on the finish, this should eventually evolve into an attractive Morey Saint Denis once the aromatics awaken, so afford it 3-4 years in bottle.