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Vint Description Cl ? Cs Bt Cs (£) Bt (£) +
2001 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras - Roumier, Georges 75 DP 0 1 - 275
2013 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras - Barthod, Ghislaine 75 IB 0 3 - 95
2002 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras - Roumier, Georges 75 DP 0 1 - 315
1999 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras - Roumier, Georges 75 IB 0 5 - 375
1999 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras - Roumier, Georges 75 DP 0 1 - 350
2013 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras ( oc 6-pack ) - Barthod, Ghislaine 75 IB 0 6 - 100
2013 Chambolle Musigny Les Feusselottes - Mugneret Gibourg 75 IB 0 3 - 125
2006 Chambolle Musigny Les Feusselottes - Mugneret, Georges 75 DP 0 3 - 125
1996 Chambolle Musigny Les Fuees - Mugnier, J F 75 DP 0 5 - 195
2009 Chambolle Musigny Les Fuees - Mugnier, J F 75 IB 0 1 - 190
2011 Chambolle Musigny Les Fuees ( oc 6-pack ) - Perrot Minot 75 DP 0 6 - 85
2005 Chambolle Musigny Les Sentiers - Truchot-Martin, Domaine 75 IB 0 6 - 450
2008 Chambolle Musigny Vieilles Vignes - Geantet Pansiot 75 DP 0 2 - 40
2012 Chapelle Chambertin - Jadot, Louis 75 IB 0 6 - 115
2013 Chapelle Chambertin - Ponsot 75 IB 0 6 - 245
2011 Charmes Chambertin - Ilan, Maison 75 IB 0 2 - 85
1990 Charmes Chambertin - Faiveley 75 DP 0 1 - 195
2009 Charmes Chambertin - Serafin Pere & Fils 75 IB 0 6 - 142
2007 Charmes Chambertin - Serafin 75 IB 0 4 - 135
2007 Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 IB 0 6 - 334
2008 Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 IB 0 6 - 275
1990 Charmes Chambertin - Bouree Pere et Fils 75 IB 0 10 - 100
1995 Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 DP 0 1 - 275
1995 Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 DP 0 3 - 275
1998

Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py

75 IB 0 6 - 300
Tasting Notes for Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py, 1998:
Bernard Dugat's 1998 Charmes-Chambertin (one-third Mazoyeres and two-thirds from the Charmes sector) is dark ruby-colored and offers a hugely spicy, candied cherry-scented nose. Loads of black fruits and sweet cherries, as well as asphalt and oak, can be found in this broad, medium to full-bodied wine. Sweet, almost jammy fruit coats the taster's palate throughout this offering's well-ripened personality and long, focused finish.Wine Advocate # 129 Jun 2000
Parker Points: 93-95
Drinking Period:  -
1998 Charmes Chambertin - Jadot, Louis 75 DP 0 2 - 100
1999 Charmes Chambertin - Dugat-Py 75 IB 0 6 - 400
2002 Charmes Chambertin - Rousseau, Armand 75 DP 0 1 - 330
2011 Charmes Chambertin - Taupenot Merme 75 IB 0 6 - 72
2011 Charmes Chambertin ( oc 3-pack ) - Serafin 75 IB 0 3 - 135
2009 Charmes Chambertin ( oc 6-pack (dp) ) - Maume 75 DP 0 6 - 90
2012 Charmes Chambertin ( oc 6-pack ) - Odoul-Coquard 75 IB 0 6 - 60
2009 Charmes Chambertin ( oc 6-pack ) - Camille Giroud 75 IB 0 6 - 75
2010 Charmes Chambertin Aux Charmes Hauts ( oc 6-pack ) - Ilan, Maison 75 IB 0 6 - 80
2009 Charmes Chambertin Tres Vieilles Vignes - Roty, Joseph 75 IB 0 2 - 250
2013 Charmes Chambertin Tres Vieilles Vignes - Roty, Joseph 75 IB 0 6 - 165
1996 Charmes Chambertin Vieilles Vignes - Bachelet, Denis 75 DP 0 2 - 450
2005

Clos de la Roche - Rousseau, Armand

75 DP 0 3 - 325
Tasting Notes for Clos de la Roche - Rousseau, Armand, 2005:
RousseauŇs 2005 Clos de la Roche offers a nose of ripe cherries, cedar and brown spices, a rich and expansive palate, and a sweet, pure, juicy finish of cherry, boysenberry, toasty, crusty pastry, hints of caramel, a whiff of wood smoke and a lick of salt. For purity of fruit and intensity allied to formidable extract and superb, lattice-like structure, itŇs hard to beat this wine as a candidate for at least a couple of decades in the cellar, one to check up on in eight or ten years. With Eric Rousseau taking over increasingly from his father Charles, bottling may end up being slightly earlier than in the past, but such routine features as triage exclusively in the vineyards (not the press house), the inclusion of whole clusters and stems, precocious malolactic fermentation (although in 2005 and 2006, at least, Rousseau says he didnŇt force this), reliance on older barrels, and an eventual light plaque filtration for all wines remain as before. Given the long-running success of these Pinots in subtly yet insistently conveying the distinct personalities of their sites and standing the test of time, some might well ask ┘why change the recipe?╬ while others will wonder whether the wines could be made even better. In any event, nature conspired to hand the new generation a vintage of historic dimensions. Wine Advocate # 170 Apr 2007
Parker Points: 93
Drinking Period:  -
2005 Clos de la Roche - Dujac 75 IB 0 4 - 625
1990 Clos de la Roche - Lignier, Hubert 75 IB 0 1 - 850
2013 Clos de la Roche - Dujac 75 IB 0 1 - 240
2013 Clos de la Roche - Lignier, Hubert 75 IB 0 3 - 235
2014 Clos de la Roche - Rousseau, Armand 75 DP 0 6 - 230
1986 Clos de la Roche Cuvee Vieilles Vignes - Ponsot 75 DP 0 1 - 375
1988 Clos de la Roche Cuvee William - Ponsot 75 DP 0 1 - 500
2011 Clos de la Roche, Magnums ( oc 3-pack ) - Le Moine, Lucien 150 IB 0 3 - 240
1974 Clos de Tart - Mommessin 75 IB 0 6 - 195
1993 Clos de Tart - Mommessin 75 DP 0 1 - 295
2008 Clos de Tart - Mommessin 75 IB 0 6 - 235
2013 Clos de Tart, Magnums ( owc 3-pack ) - Mommessin 150 IB 0 3 - 400
2005

Clos des Lambrays ( owc 6-pack ) - Lambrays, Domaine des

75 IB 0 6 - 165
Tasting Notes for Clos des Lambrays ( owc 6-pack ) - Lambrays, Domaine des, 2005:
The 2005 Clos de Lambrays leads with hints of cedar and spruce resin (or is that actually ripe Pinot stems?), bitter-sweet florality, pungent spices, black tea, salt spray, iodine and Cote-Rotie-like smoked meats. Plum and cherry Đ with a strong dose of skins and pits -- almost come as an aromatic afterthought. A subtly bitter, tart edge follows the flowers, meat and minerals onto the palate and helps lend profile and pungent energy to the wine, which sticks tenaciously to the palate as if it were exactly the sort of resin suggested in its aroma. This is serious in a rather somber way, and the abundance of tannin and sheer density of this wine suggest one wait 6-8 years before peeking beneath another cork. But I strongly suggest it will make excellent old bones, so my score could easily mislead. (I find the peppery, spicy, highly satisfying 2004 very nearly as good today, not to mention more charming and a better bet for the short run.) The average age of vines is quite old, incidentally, but Brouin refuses to print ┘vieilles vignes╬ on the label because he insists (rightly) that these two unregulated words are grossly abused. Thierry Brouin fermented largely whole clusters (┘IŇm a partisan of vendange entier,╬ he says, ┘provided the stems are ripe╬) and engaged in a more active regimen of punch downs than was typical this year. The result is structure to spare, and wines that make no concessions to early flattery. Unlike the wines of most vintners, BrouinŇs 2005s underwent malo-lactic fermentation on a ┘normal╬ schedule, i.e. Spring, 2006. Wine Advocate # 170 Apr 2007
Parker Points: 92
Drinking Period:  -
2000 Clos St Denis - Potel, Nicolas 75 DP 0 1 - 85
2014 Clos Vougeot - Meo Camuzet 75 DP 0 6 - 158
2014 Clos Vougeot - Meo Camuzet 75 DP 0 6 - 158
2014 Clos Vougeot - Meo Camuzet 75 DP 0 3 - 158
1969 Clos Vougeot - Thorin 75 DP 0 1 - 120
2002 Clos Vougeot - Mugneret, Georges 75 IB 0 3 - 350
1999 Clos Vougeot - Mugneret, Georges 75 DP 0 2 - 375
2001 Clos Vougeot - Mugneret, Georges 75 IB 0 2 - 290
2013 Clos Vougeot - Mugneret Gibourg 75 IB 0 1 - 275
 
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