2007 MEURSAULT 1er Cru Genevrières Domaine Rémi Jobard
||Origin: France, Burgundy
Lea & Sandeman review
Pale green. Not yet clear, and with still some remains of fermentary aromas. Despite this backwardness, there is a real richness and density of flavour. Like a lifted cross between the airy Poruzots and the savoury density of the Chevalières. Bravo - needs time.
Other reviews and comments
Lightly floral. Very chewy. A little soft - citrus oil. Quite substantial. Neat. Just a bit less tense than the negociant wines..!
Jancis Robinson MW OBE - www.JancisRobinson.com
Here the nose is notably more elegant with a classic Genevrières nose of spicy, pure and seductive aromas that carry a touch of exoticism to the white peach and citrus aromas that are the perfect complement to the strikingly layered, detailed and pure flavors that explode on the bone dry and wonderfully long finish. The class of the range in 2007. 2013+
Allen Meadows, www.Burghound.com
This is situated at the top of the dessous, near the little house. This is quite restrained on the nose for Genverières and reserved on the palate. Rather mineral, with a bite of acidity; It has a broad middle palate. It has lovely length. It is on the finish that the more floral and nutty characters become apparent. Fine. From 2011.
Sarah Marsh MW, The Burgundy Briefing
Classic mineral and spice profile. Round, five-spice, mid-palate, with freshness on the finish and good length. From 2010.
Pale color. Tight, sharply focused aromas of soft citrus fruits, crushed stone and white flowers. Quite backward on the palate but more pristine than the Poruzots, with terrific juicy precision to the suave flavors of orange and peach. Plenty of personality here, but this is a wine that impresses most for its subtlety. Finishes very long and vibrant, with terrific grip. Still quite tight though.
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar