Slow oxed for 4 hours. This is young but grand cru quality, no doubt. Black fruit, mixed berries, tiny bit of oak, and velvet. Palate was initially tight but it opened up more in the glass. The structure was phenomenal. The floralness and black fruit sweetness emerged slowly in the glass. Give this wine 10 years. It has 1 pt upside from here when its fully mature.
Still young. Nose and taste lots of fruit and density, minerals, spices, soft tannins. Lots of everything, will improve in time when the wine comes together and becomes more balanced. Still a very good drink already now.
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(Comte Georges de Vogüé Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru) Medium colour. Fine and very complex aromatics - very lovely mix of fruit(s) and faint torrefaction. Intense, plenty of velvet tannin and great dimension in the mid-palate. The flavour lingers really well. I seem to ‘click’ with this in most vintages, and frankly, this is almost worth the price of entry, even at 185 swiss francs!
(Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru) Dark red violet color; big, spicy, red fruit, berry and oak spice nose; big, deep, juicy, tart cherry and mineral palate with structure and grip, but with a flavor profile more reminiscent of an elegant Chateauneuf du Pape than a typical 1er Cru Burgundy; medium-plus finish
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