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Unquestionably the finest Clos des Jacobins I have ever tasted, the 2009's success must go to the highly regarded Hubert de Bouard, the proprietor of l'Angelus. Yields were cut considerably in 2009 because of the mid-May hail, which explains in part the stunning concentration and richness this cuvee possesses. Huge blackberry and cassis fruit notes intermixed with subtle smoke, forest floor, and barrique smells are followed by a full-bodied, opulently textured, thick wine with sweet tannin as well as tremendous length. This big time sleeper of the vintage should drink well for 15-20 years. (Tasted two times.) Wine Advocate # 188; Apr 2010 Robert Parker (92-94*)


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