Dujac, Roumier and Rousseau - the tasting notes
13 Sep 2007 by JR
Below are my notes taken at an extraordinary two-day tasting of the Wine Society’s stocks of the grander wines of three great Burgundy domaines Dujac, Roumier and Rousseau, in that order and in the order we tasted the wines, generally getting grander and older as we went. DOMAINE DUJAC, Morey-Saint-Denis   Flight 1a - Morey-Saint-Denis 2004, 2003, 2002   Dom Dujac 2004 Morey-Saint-Denis 16 Drink 2009-12 Notably pale crimson/ruby with a very pale rim. Fresh, frank with a hint of rose petals and stalkiness but low key on the nose. Notable acidity and transparency –...

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