2010 Domaine Gros Frere et Soeur Richebourg

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • WA 95
  • BH 94

Reviews for 2010 Domaine Gros Frere et Soeur Richebourg

WA 95
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, February 2012
The 2010 Richebourg boasts a huge center of fruit deeply pitched expressive aromatics and tons of structure to back it all up. Violets menthol and spices develop in the glass adding tons of complexity and character. The... The 2010 Richebourg boasts a huge center of fruit deeply pitched expressive aromatics and tons of structure to back it all up. Violets menthol and spices develop in the glass adding tons of complexity and character. The aromas and flavors reach a big expressive crescendo on the finish. This is a fabulous showing from Bernard Gros. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2035. -AG
BH 94
Burghound - Burghound, January 2013
In contrast to the prior wines, here there is almost no visible oak influence and this contributes greatly to this wine's excellent transparency. The brooding nose is distinctly floral with cool dark berry fruit, stone... In contrast to the prior wines, here there is almost no visible oak influence and this contributes greatly to this wine's excellent transparency. The brooding nose is distinctly floral with cool dark berry fruit, stone and spice inflected aromas that merge seamlessly into rich, textured and mouth coating large-scaled flavors that possess excellent underlying material on the very firmly structured finish. I very much like the sophistication of this quite stylish effort though note that this will not be an early drinker; indeed it will need at least 15 years of cellaring before it arrives at its full potential.
JJB 95
Christopher Massie - JJ Buckley, March 2012
Impressive dark garnet colors across the range here for 2010; quite pure robes as well. Yet another aromatic profile that demands reflection. Baskets of wild flowers are floating effortlessly atop macerated black cherries... Impressive dark garnet colors across the range here for 2010; quite pure robes as well. Yet another aromatic profile that demands reflection. Baskets of wild flowers are floating effortlessly atop macerated black cherries while the perfectly integrated oak treatment lends more of a mint / eucalyptus aspect to the almost ethereal aromatic experience. The palate here is another case of seeming contradictions: while there is power the wine remains seamless; while the wine is sturdy it remains very classy. A wine to definitely not miss. 95