Taillepieds fans take note: 40% of the Domaine?s holding is due to be replanted, meaning this rare wine is about to become rarer still. Such decisions are vital for the long-term but harder in the short-term. It is thus some consolation that we will be able to enjoy this fine 2011 which combines rose petals, delicate spices and ripe cherries on the nose and a complex flint and mineral-laden palate. The tannins are more assertive here, giving a more demanding, tense feel to the wine. Certainly deserving of time in the cellar. Drink from 2018.
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