2010 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Lavaux Saint-Jacques, Dupont-Tisserandot
Needed some time in the glass and then it showed of fine notes of warm herbs, ripe red cherries, asphalt, forest floor, liquorice and a touch of new leather. Deep and fine. A cool fruit. Very, very good.
The Riedel Vinum glass showed more sweetness and the Zalto displayed a more high toned herbal scent. Both very, very good.
The taste is young, tight and lingonberry fruity with additional notes of gravel, dry liquorice, forest floor and a very fine acidity. Long. Needs time.
The Vinum showed of a clean, fresh taste but the Zalto displayed a deeper, tighter taste and a sweeter finish. All in all it was a tight race between the two glasses, but forced I would choose the Zalto.
91p (tasted 2015/05)
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