Domaine De La Romanee-Conti 2003 La Tache 1.5L

Domaine De La Romanee-Conti 2003 La Tache 1.5L
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Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

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The Domaine De La Romanee-Conti 2003 La Tache is a wine of profound character and intensity, showcasing the unique terroir of this legendary vineyard in every sip. Its deep garnet color hints at the richness that awaits within the glass. On the nose, opulent aromas of ripe red and black fruits abound, with notes of black cherry, raspberry, and plum intermingling with nuances of spice, earth, and dried herbs. Each inhalation reveals new layers of complexity, drawing the taster deeper into its aromatic tapestry. On the palate, the wine exhibits a full-bodied and velvety texture, with ripe, succulent tannins providing structure and support. Flavors of dark berries, cassis, and blackcurrant dominate, complemented by hints of licorice, tobacco, and espresso. The finish is long and lingering, leaving a lasting impression of purity and elegance. Despite the heat of the vintage, the Domaine De La Romanee-Conti 2003 La Tache retains remarkable balance and finesse, epitomizing the timeless style and unwavering quality of one of Burgundy's most iconic producers.

Robert Parker - 99 Points

"The 2003 La Tache reveals aromas of milk chocolate, violets, roses, and dark cherries. Suave, displaying massive amplitude and a full-bodied, velvety-textured character, this behemoth’s flavor profile brings to mind chocolate-covered black cherries. Immensely powerful and noble, it offers an interminable finish that is packed with flawlessly ripe, sweet tannin."

Antonio Galloni - 95+ Points

"Bright red-ruby. Wonderfully complex nose melds raspberry, rose petal, truffley underbrush and exotic spices. Then almost shockingly fresh in the mouth, with penetrating and rather delicate flavors of red berries and flowers. Still quite tightly wound but already offers compelling inner-mouth perfume. Finishes with building tannins and outstanding verve."