TN: 1995 Louis Jadot Beaune 1er Cru Clos des Ursules Domaine des Héritiers Louis Jadot

A nice, albiet not quite there yet, Ursules From Friday night.
Followed an oxidized '97 Drouhin Clos Mouches Blanc. [snort.gif]

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Ah the slow maturing Ursules. Every time I look at a bottle I just think not yet.

I will say the '93 was stunning last year, but that might be due, in some part, to '93.
I agree, in general, as I tend to usually drink not-ready-Ursules…'95, '96, '97, over recent year all true to form.


And '95s, in general, are pretty sturdy, tannic Burgs…

Ursules is slow to mature because Jadot is (generally) slow to mature…or is Ursules slow on top of Jadot’s slowness? Are these more than 20 year wines (from a good year, such as 2010 for example)?

I don’t find Ursules any slower than most top Jadot. I just find it is more in need of time than most Beaune wines, including Jadot.