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2016 Antoine Jobard, Saint-Aubin Premier Cru, Sur le Sentier du Clou

Vinous

90

Burghound

89-92

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $95
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2016 Antoine Jobard, Saint-Aubin Premier Cru, Sur le Sentier du Clou

Vinous

90

Burghound

89-92

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $95
/
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Vinous

Vinous

90

(from vines planted in 1992 and 1982): More open and expressive on the nose than the Les Pierres, offering aromas of white flowers, white pepper and menthol. Juicy, fine-grained and harmonious, conveying lovely energy and inner-mouth lift and a light touch, not to mention very good balance for the year. This very pure, delineated midweight finishes with rising length and a distinctly chewy quality. With less frost here, production was about 35 hectoliters per hectare.

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Vinous

Vinous

90

(from vines planted in 1992 and 1982): More open and expressive on the nose than the Les Pierres, offering aromas of white flowers, white pepper and menthol. Juicy, fine-grained and harmonious, conveying lovely energy and inner-mouth lift and a light touch, not to mention very good balance for the year. This very pure, delineated midweight finishes with rising length and a distinctly chewy quality. With less frost here, production was about 35 hectoliters per hectare.