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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    March/April 2007, IWC Issue #131, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Domaine Mugneret-Gibourg Gevrey Chambertin) Subscribe to see review text.



  • By Bill Nanson
    4/1/2008, (See more on Burgundy-Report...)

    (Mugneret Dr Georges Gevrey-Chambertin) Medium, medium-plus colour. The nose starts with a waft of dark oak that is slowly replaced by cedar. It’s a short peak of green that slowly, but never completely subsides, filling out with soft, ripe and creamy fruits with fainter brûlée. The palate is well-textured, ripe and sweet. Initially the acidity is a little prickly - carbon dioxide probably as it fades and smooths. The finish is a very good one, again edged with cream. The green element has faded to the extent that it is no longer part of the flavour profile. I’m more confident now for the future - perhaps the next in 3 or 4 years…
  • By Bill Nanson
    4/1/2007, (See more on Burgundy-Report...)

    (Mugneret Dr Georges Gevrey-Chambertin) This wine is lighter in colour than the domaine’s 2004 Vosne (that preceded it) - medium, medium-plus cherry-red. The nose is a little more reticent, slowly building a musky density with a mineral/cedar background, eventually some very smooth red fruit. The palate is also very smooth - you slip in almost un-noticed - the acidity is just about perfect, only slowly making your mouth water for more. Work the wine around on the palate and you notice the cedar/mineral element again and also there’s a little-tannin ‘grab’, otherwise they remain very well hidden. There’s a nice expansion in the mid-palate and a very understated but perceptible length. Today there is little about this wine that says it’s better than the slightly cheaper Vosne, and certainly it doesn’t show the same potential the 2002 did at this stage. Well made, and though that cedar thing is going on, it’s probably still a rebuy, but for (at least) the next two years or-so, I would reach for the Vosne in preference.

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