<10 tasting notes
The 1999 Hubert Lignier Clos de la Roche was not. Its nose was deep, inky and purple. It had that black as midnight intensity, with a heavy duty style and finish. Brick, rubber and rust added complexity to this strong wine that didn’t cross the line (95).
Medium-full colour. Just about mature. Quite evolved on the nose. Ripe. Perhaps it lacks a bit of the usual Drouhin sophistication. But an attractive, easy to enjoy, medium to medium-full bodied wine with a lovely finish. Still very fresh. Fine plus.
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