Louis Jadot Pommard (2015)
Louis Jadot Pommard is a firm, full-bodied wine that is nevertheless exceptionally round and generous, with a soft, fruity depth of character and a bouquet suggestive of raspberries. The cuisine capable of honoring Pommard wine has to be quite spicy with a strong flavor: hare, pheasant, entrecote steak in wine, or cheeses like Epoisses, Livarot, Pont l'Eveque.
A discreet but not invisible whiff of new wood can be found on the agreeably fresh nose of various red berries, earth and a hint of game. The supple and relatively forward medium-bodied flavors immediately tighten up on the solid and compact finale that offers good if not truly exceptional depth and length that is not especially rustic. Barrel Sample:88-91
90 Wine Spectator
Firm and tightly wound, offering a mix of cherry, earth, iron and tobacco flavors. A core of sweet fruit sits at the center, wrapped up in dusty tannins. This comes together in the end.