A fantastic ‘11! No doubt in a leaner style but there’s clear Fourrier signature and it’s so fresh, with absolutely zero greenness, just beautiful floral perfume and bright red cherry fruit that waft from the glass. The palate gains notably in weight and intensity and its pure, focused and saline-mineral inflicted finishes keeps on lingering. Great showing for a vintage I generally avoid in reds. — 22 days ago
Perf. Huge cherry on the nose. Damp earth. River rocks. Just want you want out of burg. — 8 months ago
Stunning village wine, for a group that wasn’t all accustomed to what red burgundy had to offer this was a fantastic introduction. Beginning to shift a little bit from primary, just excellent. — 6 months ago
@Delectable Wine this is Jean-Marie Fourrier Vosne Romanee Aux Reas Vielle Vigne, which I couldn't find in the database.
Pop and pour. In an excellent place. On the nose: cola, glossy red fruit, pomegranate liqueur, mulberry leaf. On the palate: lovely acidity, savory herbs and blackberry/cherry compote, Still some grainy tannin on the finish. Still somewhat primary, but drinking very well. — a year ago
- berries, herbal, sweet, nice tingly tannins — 3 months ago
Light earth and dried bright red fruit - notes of cherry and red berries. — 7 months ago