Georges Duboeuf Julienas la Trinquee 2009
Editorial Reviews for Georges Duboeuf Julienas la Trinquee
Cedary and woodsy with a touch of zinfandel like briar here, there is a lovely wild cherry jam tone but no too cooked and subtle note of graham cracker and waxy lipstick with a white pepper spice edge. Soft and sweetly fruity up front with nicely integrated acidity and some very attractive wild red cherry fruit and hints of baking spice and herb. Really mirrors the aromatics. Has some slightly aggressive tannins still that lead to a bit of a woodsy finish that is cut short by an earthy, beet rooty tone which gains traction on the mid-palate after about 30 mins. A touch clumsy at times but still perfectly intact and enjoyable. 85pts
External Reviews for Georges Duboeuf Julienas la Trinquee
A Gamay wine from Burgundy in France. 2009 Duboeuf, Georges Julienas la Trinquee 750ml
The Duboeuf 2009 Julienas La Trinquee - named from the sector of its appellation farmed by the several growers who inform this wine - is intensely-fruited and darkly-hued, featuring creme de cassis and dark cherry preserves, tinged by herbs and coffe... Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Gamay wine from Burgundy in France. 2009 Duboeuf, Georges Julienas la Trinquee 750ml
The 2008 Julienas La Trinquee represents a cuvee from several growers farming what the Duboeufs consider the best sector of Julienas. Tart, bright red fruits are tinged with pepper, making for a striking contrast with this year's flower label Juliena... Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Gamay wine from Burgundy in France. 2008 Duboeuf, Georges Julienas la Trinquee 750ml
Light, but balanced and focused, with an elegant beam of cherry, strawberry and floral notes. Drink now.
Dark cherry and raspberry flavors develop beyond the winersquo;s blunt, primary fruit. Itrsquo;s earthy with tannin, a substantial Beaujolais to drink over the next several years with roast beef.
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.
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.
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