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5 Ratings
Louis Jadot Moulin-à-Vent Château des Jacques

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Wine Description

A solidly structured, full-bodied, deep garnet wine which shows intense aromas of iris, roses, spices and ripe red fruit. The impressions on the palate are fleshy, velvety and tender, finishing with a firm acidic crispness and long, pronounced final. The wine approaches maturity in most vintages after six to ten years.

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    smell toast a bit creamy a slight of cinnamon a bit of floral fresh also not a long standing wine tho, taste gone quickly quite burgundy I guess

    over 9 years
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    Warm Round Juicy

    over 9 years
Expert Reviews
  • Wine & Spirits
    Representing a blend from all five of their sites but favoring Champ de Cour and Carquelin, Chateau des Jacques's 2009 Moulin-a-Vent smells of black and red raspberry, with heliotrope and lily overtones. With a striking and surprising sense of seamless oily-richness to its sweetly, exuberantly berry-brimmed palate impression, this reveals satisfying low-toned salted meat stock character that persists all the way through a lingering, lip-smacking finish. I suspect this already exceptional value will gain detail and finesse and be worth following for 4-6 years.