90 points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): "The 2011 Grands Liards had also been assembled in tank for spring bottling, but was showing much less cantankerous than the Bourgeots. The nose is a classic, fairly black fruity mélange of cassis, black cherries and currants, with notes of game, woodsmoke, stony soil and a touch of new wood adding to the aromatics. On the palate the wine si deep, full-bodied and quite reserved in style, with ripe, chewy tannins, a good core, tangy acids and fine length and grip on the youthful finish. A lovely wine in the making, but it will need some cellaring. 2021-2040. (Nov/Dec 2012)"
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