Still in component parts, the 2018 Saint Joseph should be another winner. The least concentrated, yet still exceptional Chalaix (92 - 94) displayed enticing notes of violets, blueberries and licorice; the Dardouille (93 - 95) was lusher and suppler, loaded with black cherries; and the Bachasson (94 - 96) was the most complex, mixing herbs and licorice with plummy fruit. Drink date: 2021-2030. Score - 93-95. (Joe Czerwinski, robertparker.com, Dec. 19, 2019)
Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Saint-Joseph 2018
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