2014 Domaine de la Romanee Conti (DRC) Echezeaux

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2014 Domaine de la Romanee Conti (DRC) Echezeaux

Burgundy, FRANCE
$1,799.00 Bottle
  • ABV 13%
  • Closure: Cork

Other Reviews....
A wonderfully complex nose features a broad array of spice elements with those of plum, violet, sandalwood and Asian-style tea that are also trimmed in soft wood nuances. There is good punch to the refined, cool and pure medium-bodied flavors that possess better concentration on the balanced, persistent and youthfully austere finale where the only nit is a very subtle hint of warmth. Of all of the wines in the Domaine's portfolio, in my view the Ech is the most improved over the last 10 years and it shows as the 2014 is bigger and more powerful than usual.
94 points
Allen Meadows - Burghound

After the more restrained Corton, the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti's 2015 Échézeaux Grand Cru bursts from the glass with a flamboyant bouquet of mulberry, black cherry, wood smoke and a lavish framing of new oak. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, concentrated and intense, with a classically firm chassis of tannin and a lovely core of sappy, succulent fruit. This was the last of DRC's vineyards to be harvested, but despite its overtly ripe aromas and flavors, it retains superb acidity and focus and should amply reward cellaring. Cropped at 26 hectoliters per hectare and harvested September 12 and 14.
93 points
William Kelley - Wine Advocate #235 (Mar 2018)

Full, dark red, Sappy scents of black raspberry, violet and licorice are higher-pitched and considerably less earthy than those of the Corton. Chewy and penetrating in the mouth, conveying strong energy and a restrained sweetness to the tactile flavors of plum, berries, spices and pepper. This wine, too, delivers the saline minerality of the year, but there's more than enough fruit here to support it. Finishes with terrific rising length. Bertrand de Villaine described this wine as "pleasant and present" but I find it more serious than that.
93+ points
Stephen Tanzer - Vinous