The 2013 Clos Vougeot Grand Cru has a complex nose: black fruit, a touch of shucked oyster shell and a hint of Chinese hoisin. There is certainly impressive delineation here. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy black fruit but a little more “gourmand” than the Echezeaux with palpable salinity on the edgy, structured finish. This constitutes a more masculine Clos de Vougeot that will require 4-6 years in bottle.
A well-placed plot of 60-year-old vines. Dark crimson. Less expressive than the Échezeaux. Quite rigid but definitely ambitious. Dark and plotting. Good and juicy but restrained. Clean and medium intensity on the finish. Jancis Robinson
Tannic and closed with dark, firm tannins and blackberry fruit. A brooding wine that will take time - give it at least 6 years. A wine that is not offering much at this moment. Tasted in: Burgundy, France. Maturity: Young. Jeannie cho lee 2014
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