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Rouget’s Echezeaux was the most brooding and reserved wine in the cellar when I tasted it in October 2017, but its considerable potential is already apparent. Notes of smoky black fruit, bonfire, spice and truffle are framed by some lavish new oak, preceding a full-bodied, deep wine with considerable mid-palate volume, vibrant fruit and good concentration. Rouget declares that this Echezeaux personifies ‘mastered power’, and it’s hard to disagree. 

Domaine Emmanuel Rouget Echézeaux Grand Cru 2016

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