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JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE Saint-Joseph 2016

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95 Points

Alluring, with black tea and singed alder hints curling around a core of gently steeped black cherry and blackberry flavors. The very silky and refined structure carries the fruit through a beguiling finish, while olive, sanguine, iron and savory hints peek in. This expands steadily with time in the glass, boding well for cellaring. Best from 2022 through 2035.

November 2019

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