Anne Gros ‘Les Loachausses’ Echezeaux Grand Cru 2011

Pinot Noir from France - Burgandy
Review Date : 27-Aug-2014
Light ruby-red colour with purple hues, paler on edge. The nose is elegant with soft and ethereal aromas of fragrant red florals and red berry fruits building to show good depth and density. Subtle waves of dried herbs and some secondary game and earth intermingle with complex, savoury whole bunch nuances. Medium-bodied, soft red berry fruits form a gentle mouthfeel with fine-grained tannins and a mellow dryness. The fruit sweetness is restrained and the palate quite slender in expression. Noticeable acid tautness contributes to a dry, firm, but refined line, and complex nuances of red fruits, with a cool sappy note showing on the long finish. This is an elegant, complex wine with a firm and taut dryness. Keep for 8-10 years. From 0.85 ha, with 0.76 ha in ‘Les Loachausses’ and 0.09 ha in ‘Champs Traversins’. 18.0+/20 Aug 2014 RRP $299.00

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