Louis Jadot Gevrey Chambertin Clos St Jacques 2014
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Louis Jadot Gevrey Chambertin Clos St Jacques 2014

  • we94
  • ws93
  • v93+
  • wa90-92

750ml
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Category Red Wine
Varietal
Region France, Burgundy, Cote de Nuits
Brand Louis Jadot
Alcohol/vol 13%
A full-bodied, complex wine, this Premier Cru has a broad array of aromas and fine expression of terroir as well as impressive length on the palate. It will develop for more than 10 years in the bottle-or up to 40 in great vintages. Serve with game, meats, mushroom dishes and strong cheeses.
Wine Enthusiast
  • we94

This vineyard is widely regarded for its quality worthy of grand cru status, and this wine, from vines owned by Louis Jadot, is a fine example. It is both structured and richly fruity-dense with ripe red fruit flavors cut with acidity. A dry core of tannins will allow this impressive wine to age. Drink from 2024.

Roger Voss, May 1, 2017
Wine Spectator
  • ws93

A ripe, round style, this red boasts floral, cherry and berry flavors allied to a silky texture. Firm and vibrant, with an underlying mineral element. Just a bit austere now on the finish. Best from 2020 through 2035. 500 cases made, 215 cases imported.

Bruce Sanderson, April 30, 2017
Vinous
  • v93+

Good bright medium red. Aromas of raspberry, rose petal, minerals and crushed stone convey a very sexy, slightly high-toned liqueur-like quality. Dense, fine-grained and taut, displaying piquant mineral energy and mouthwatering acidity to its flavors of raspberry, cherry and blood orange. Really compelling inner-mouth tension here. This firmly tannic, classic 2014 finishes with lovely rising floral length. I would not be at all surprised if a decade of cellaring brought an even higher score.

Stephen Tanzer, March 2017
Wine Advocate
  • wa90-92

The 2014 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Clos St Jacques has a clean and precise bouquet, quite backward compared to recent vintages, and a little terse with black cherry and bergamot notes developing in the glass. The palate is balanced with good density and volume; there is firm tannin that imparts good backbone to this Clos Saint Jacques, though it needs more finesse and nervosité to come through on the finish that feels a little "blocky" at the moment, especially when compared to the Chapelle-Chambertin.

Neal Martin, December 30, 2015