Trapet Latricieres Chambertin 2013 (750ML)
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The 2013 Latricieres-Chambertin Grand Cru has a serious bouquet with the same disposition as the Chapelle-Chambertin: focused, intense, obdurate and introspective. The palate is a little more succulent perhaps, the acidity very well judged, with a pastille-like purity on the elegant finish. What a great grand cru that will surely age over the long-term, one of oenophiles with considerable patience.
In a show of solidarity, in 2013 Jean-Louis Trapet sold his Bourgogne Rouge to fellow biodynamic winemakers in Volnay who had been devastated by the hail. Apart from that demonstration of charity, Jean-Louis has presided a deeply impressive range of 2013s that may even outclass his outstanding 2012s. He told me that he used around 30% whole bunch fruit for his premier crus and 40% for the grand crus. They are very taut and linear wines, pure and direct, laconic even compared to their peers, wines that will repay cellaring. I found that the terroir expression here was magnified by the growing season and perhaps also by the biodynamic practices that Jean-Louis abides by. The wines are a little overlooked by cognoscenti, who perhaps pay more attention to Jean-Marie Fourrier just up the RN74. But do not ignore these marvelous 2013s. ÒNeal Martin
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