VOLUME 9, ISSUE 33
November 9, 2013
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
Winemaker Ken Brown: Veteran Still On His Game Littorai: Balance & Harmony is Theme Dijon Clone 943: Early Reports Hahn Estates: Consistently Top Notch Mueller: Over 20 Years of Excellence in the Russian River Valley Sips of Recently Tasted Pinot Noir A Life Worth Living: Russian River Valley Original Charles Bacigalupi 1924-2013 Pinot Briefs Why You Like The Wines You Like
Maison Louis Jadot
Louis Jadot is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2009. All wines are Appellation Controlee wines from across Burgundy. The vineyards total 525 acres from the Cote d'Or to Maconnais and into Beaujolais, 80% of which are premiers and grands crus.
Jadot's portfolio includes more than 150 bottlings vinified under the direction of Jacques Lardière who has been at Jadot since 1970. Lardiere directs the farming of Jadot's estate vineyards as well as those of its growers and has been regarded as one of France's most brilliant, passionate and inspired winemakers. Lardière announced is retirement in 2012. The domaine is farmed sustainably, with some parcels under biodynamics. The viticulturist is Jerry Jacquelin.
Imported by Kobrand, Purchase, NY.
Articles About Maison Louis Jadot
2006 Maison Louis Jadot Clos St-Jacques 1er Cru
Approx retail $110-135. 5 owners (Rousseau, Sylvia Esmonin, Bruno Clair, Domaine Fourrier and Jadot). Clearly above all other 1er cru vineyards in Gevrey- Chambertin and many feel deserving of grands cru status. · Rough and rustic at this stage and not very giving aromatically. Medium depth of sweet, dark red fruits with noticeable oak. Needs another ten years at least. Reviewed August 23, 2012 ARTICLE »
2005 Domaine Louis Jadot Marsannay
13.0% alc., $20. Imported by Kobrand Corp, NY, NY. · Subdued but pleasant perfume of black cherries and sandalwood. Tart and crisp black cherry flavors with a notable citrus tug, plenty of acidity and supporting oak in the background. Score: 85. Reviewed October 3, 2009 ARTICLE »
2001 Maison Louis Jadot Chambertin Clos de Bèze Grand Cru
Dark fruited with plenty of juicy plum and blackberry fruit, wrapped in muscular tannins. A savory wine that is still years away before the fruit will fully emerge from its tannic cloak. Reviewed August 23, 2012 ARTICLE »
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