<10 tasting notes
Someone hailed the next flight as “one of the best flights ever” and “a 300 point flight!” I had it at 291+ lol, but it was an amazing flight. The 1978 Dujac Clos St. Denis was ‘textbook’ per Dave. It was full of musk and had a long finish, in that stylish and elegant Burgundy way. It was a gritty wine with nice tension and great minerality. Purple fruits dominated its flavor profile. Ultimately, this was the group’s favorite by far, but not mine (97).
Medium-full colour. Fully mature. Lovely nose. Aromatic, ripe, mature, complex and vigorous. Lots of depth and interest. This is really fine. Medium-full body. Very fine grip. Excellent fruit. A real treat.
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