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2014 Emmanuel Rouget, Vosne-Romanee Premier Cru, Cros Parantoux

Vinous

92-95

Burghound

92-94

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $3,000
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2014 Emmanuel Rouget, Vosne-Romanee Premier Cru, Cros Parantoux

Vinous

92-95

Burghound

92-94

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $3,000
/
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Vinous

Vinous

92-95

Deep, bright red-ruby. Brooding dark berry and floral aromas show terrific lift. Broad, highly concentrated and vibrant, with strong acidity perfectly enrobed by intense dark fruit flavors. Delivers a rare combination of power and finesse. Finishes with terrific medicinal reserve, the tannins saturating the sides of the tongue. Rouget compared this wine to the 1999 for its finesse. It's as if the Echézeaux and Cros Parantoux have exchanged personalities this year.

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Vinous

Vinous

92-95

Deep, bright red-ruby. Brooding dark berry and floral aromas show terrific lift. Broad, highly concentrated and vibrant, with strong acidity perfectly enrobed by intense dark fruit flavors. Delivers a rare combination of power and finesse. Finishes with terrific medicinal reserve, the tannins saturating the sides of the tongue. Rouget compared this wine to the 1999 for its finesse. It's as if the Echézeaux and Cros Parantoux have exchanged personalities this year.