Georges Duboeuf Julienas la Trinquee 2006
Dark cherry and raspberry flavors develop beyond the wineandrsquo;s blunt, primary fruit. Itandrsquo;s earthy with tannin, a substantial Beaujolais to drink over the next several years with roast beef.Add winemaker's notes
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Dark cherry and raspberry flavors develop beyond the wineandrsquo;s blunt, primary fruit. Itandrsquo;s earthy with tannin, a substantial Beaujolais to drink over the next several years with roast beef.
Sweet dark berries are found in the nose of the 2003 Julienas La Trinquee. This hugely concentrated, boisterously expressive, immensely rich wine offers a medium-bodied personality bursting with candied blackberries, black cherries, and dark raspberries. Fresh, seductively seamless, and proudly sporting a fruit-filled, prolonged finish, it is a candidate for drinking over the next 10 years.
This one is very tight right now, with firm acidity holding the blackberry and raspberry fruit at bay. Taut, minerally finish, but there's certainly enough here to merit some moderate cellaring. Best after 2004.
Light, but balanced and focused, with an elegant beam of cherry, strawberry and floral notes. Drink now.
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