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Albert Bichot Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru 2016 (4943) Albert Bichot Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru 2016 (4943)
  

Albert Bichot Clos-de-la-Roche Grand Cru 2016 (4943)

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

Jasper Morris MW: Not their own vineyard but they do the harvesting. Dense imperial purple, a slightly firm nose, proper concentration of fruit, on the cusp of red and black but with good acidity to keep the freshness. Good weight behind, impressive, while still being discreet. 92-94 Points


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Professional Reviews

BH
92-95
Burghound

(from Genavrières). A highly complex and much earthier and sauvage-inflected nose offers up notes of cassis and blue pinot fruit that is nuanced by hints of smoke and spice. There is outstanding richness to the powerful, concentrated and overtly muscular broad-shouldered flavors that possess strikingly impressive persistence on the austere, backward and very firmly structured finish. This brooding but most promising effort is quite compact at present and will need plenty of time to flesh out. 2033+

 

IWC-18
95
International Wine Challenge 2018

Nose very tight with astringent, slightly green fruit tannins. Very youthful and tight like a coiled spring. Needs at least five years but will be great. Gold Medal.

 

TA
96
Tim Atkin MW

The Bichot teams has total control over when these grapes are picked, which makes the distinction between négociant and domaine wines comparatively slight. This is an impressive rendition of one of Morey’s two Grands Crus, with one-third new oak, fine-grained tannins and ripe, textured fruit. 2022-30

The Bichot teams has total control over when these grapes are picked, which makes the
distinction between négociant and domaine wines comparatively slight. This is an impressive
rendition of one of Morey’s two Grands Crus, with one-third new oak, fine-grained tannins
and ripe, textured fruit. 2022-The Bichot teams has total control over when these grapes are picked, which makes the distinction between négociant and domaine wines comparatively slight. This is an impressive rendition of one of Morey’s two Grands Crus, with one-third new oak, fine-grained tannins and ripe, textured fruit. 2022-30The Bichot teams has total control over when these grapes are picked, which makes the distinction between négociant and domaine wines comparatively slight. This is an impressive rendition of one of Morey’s two Grands Crus, with one-third new oak, fine-grained tanninsand ripe, textured fruit. 2022-30.

 
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