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Tasting Notes for Musigny1955

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Red
1/24/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
90 points
{Bought on release, perfect fill, non_Diam cork} Well, this is shutting down! Lots of initial palate-saturating puckering tannins on acid for cheek palate. Excellent, excellent dark fruit, width/breadth seems quite good as well. At first quite dumb, but really blossomed with time. It was much more delicious and available a few years ago (see prior notes 2017, 2019). At 3.5 hours really great when given a chance to open. A Serious Wine even if it is only a villages. I'd open a bottle in 2-5 years.
White
1/17/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
95 points
{Bought on release; have had 2-3 before; perfect fill; Diam cork)> Lost my detailed notes but vivid memory next day. Preuses fruit, full of an haunting grace; very complex, waves of fruit and amazing mid-palate textures. Best 4 hours after opening.

Grand Cru Chablis can rival Rhone whites for power and as a match with foods like cheese at the end of a meal. Was great with mussels, and later with cheese.
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White
1/14/2022 - Musigny1955 wrote:
flawed
Premoxed. Only 1 of 5 bottles opened in last 10 days sound. All before the switch to Diam corks. For what it's worth, opened a 2008 Fevre Valourent closed with a Diam cork and it wasn't only sound, it was singingly beautiful. Grrrrrr.
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Red
1/6/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
90 points
{Bought on release; perfect fill, sound cork} Beaune (rather lean) red fruit to start, good palate depth, significantly improved over 3 hours, very satisfying wine. At 3 hours was struck by how much the fruit had become more generous and less austere from opening. Last bottle was ~ a year ago and this bottle was both a bit more approachable and better. Still improving.
Red
1/9/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
96 points
{Same bottle as D_Rich note; brought by DR for small dinner party with AB and DH. Excellent fill, sound cork} Wow! Great Pauillac fruits, extremely fine tannins [the mark of great red Bordeaux], forever length. Best bottle of this I've had and better than several recent bottles of 1990 Latour and 1990 Las Cases; on reflection, best bottle of red Bordeaux I've had in a couple of years. Nip and tuck at dinner with the 2002 de Vogue Musigny. Blue and black fruit flavors, lead pencil, cedar notes anchor it in Pauillac, but transcendant aromatics that include hints of graphite and espresso coffee. Mature wine but still robust and will likely last several more decades. Near perfect balance, avoided the over-ripeness of some other 1990 Bx, remains a fresh wine at 30+ years.
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White
1/8/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{Brought by AB to a small dinner party with DH and DR; sound cork} Medium yellow color, pears and citrus fruit, superb consistency across palate and length. Just shy of oily fullness, consistent across the evening (excellent with smoked salmon, and chicken liver mousse). Just delightful and delicious with complex flavors and very well judged fore- and mid-palate fullness that persisted. Would also go well with a cheese course. Best white St. Joseph I have ever had. Should age well too given its structure, excellent fruit.
Red
1/8/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
97 points
{Bottle 103. Bought on release, perfect fill. Sound cork. Poured for a small dinner party of four with DH, DR and AB.} Decanted 2 hours before pouring. Initial taste (when opened) seemed a little tight and light, with classy Chambolle fruits. After 15-20 minutes of the decanting, started to fill in the palate length and body. When poured, perfect balance of gorgeous fruit (mostly red fruits tonight), very fine tannins and acidity, nothing out of place or intrusive, a 'spherical' wine. Nose and palate matched seamlessly. Forever length and palate depth without being heavy. Achingly beautiful. Although hosting the dinner, all I wanted to do was smell and taste this wine, letting it roll around... over the hour we drank the wine, continued to improve from perhaps a 95 to final 97. Layers and layers and layers.

No reason to delay drinking a bottle if you have some; however, should develop even more aromatics, and complexity to the midpalate, with a few more decades.
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White
1/5/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Many bottles cellared on release and consumed, this bottle consistent with at least an half dozen before} An initial almost candied nose and palate quickly change to rich, still refreshing, pungent, touch zippy, complex Puligny fruit with very good depth and length. Drinks like a Premier Cru tonight.
Red
1/5/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
95 points
Bought on release after tasting facilitated by Federal Liquors in Boston in 2019. 1st of 3 // Extremely sophisticated wine, layers after layers, Superb. Consistent, persistent flavors, unique, gorgeous, complex, a sort of austere voluptuousness however tautological that reads. To find Burgundy references, could suggest flavor elements from top level Beaune + Chambolle + Morey, and the elegance of a Latricieres-Chambertin. Both red and blue fruit, initially more red but after 2 hours the blue an equal partner Now wish I could have bought mags. Just keeps getting better, more interesting, more delicious. A wow wine at 3 hours open. Superb and very pinote. The real deal.
White
1/2/2022 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{Bought on release, first of 12. Diam cork} Has the incisive cut that I like in 1er Cru Chablis, and this wine's major strength is the volume, breadth, and persistence in the mid-palate through finish. Lees-y, sophisticated Kimmeridgian limestone soil derived fruit without any overt oak. Lots of minerals too, but unlike many other excellent Chablis this has the sophisticated mid-palate to match the quality of the minerals. Opened last night, consumed most over the evening, then a glass today at lunch. 80 year old vines from 0.66 hectare plot, allowed a year in old wood with no interventions. Superb. Drinks well at room temperature as well as chilled.

Neal Martin's note on this wine reads like he tried a different wine, or this wine at its most awkward moment.
Red
2002 Michel Magnien Charmes-Chambertin Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru Pinot Noir (view label images)
12/30/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
94 points
{Bought on release, perfect fill, sound cork} Very attractive, rich, lots of secondary scents and flavors, long length. Medium weight, lots of savory elements, classic Gevrey and Charmes flavor sets, with earth, game, minerals, and high-end Pinot (red and black fruit) notes.

A little puzzled by the wine, as the balance is not quite right, sense that it had 96 point fruit (Magnien-elevated wine in the ripe 2002 vintage) and 92 point delivery, but with a shrug of the shoulders - it's pretty good and delicious! Likely at peak now.
Red
12/12/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
94 points
{Bought on release, perfect fill, same case as bottle described a year ago} Sensational, still fairly red color without a browning rim. Earthy, Gevrey-Chambertin nose a bit reticent to start, lots of depth and complexity that took a good 3 hours to bloom. Both red and black fruits present, some griottes cherries too, hints of earth and tobacco, something animal as well. Very savory and long palate presence; medium weight yet feels quite full. Fine tannins. To use a phrase am seeing more of, it "kicks on" with additional layers of complexity over time.

Plus it's just delicious.

Comments by Miadelt, BillyT, Fijole, Mistress of Wine seem quite accurate. Best vintage of this wine I can recall, and I think I have not sufficiently appreciated the merits of this vineyard in the past.
Red
12/5/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Zoom tasting hosted by Tom Wilcox at Ansonia; with 2015 and 2016} Remarkably attractive wine, not at all shut down yet. Super balance, persistence, aromatics. Not at all over-extracted or over-oaked. Very impressive showing for such a young wine, really speaks to the balance of the 2019 vintage. This rating is conservative, could be 92-95.
White
12/12/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{1 of 3, PopNPour, consumed over 3 hours. Diam cork.} Pale yellow. Beautiful citrus and acacia flower nose and flavors, good size and weight, superb length, lots of stoniness, still a bit tight. Tasted next morning and the complexity had upped a notch, so scored 93 not 92. Tastes as good or better at room temperature as at chilled temperature. Will give my other bottles a few more years, no rush to consume. Lovely, lovely wine.
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Red
12/6/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
91 points
{Bought on release, professional storage since then, perfect fill} Tasted over 3 days. Day 1 a glass with argon fill; Day 2 opened to room air, and kept overnight with vacuum. Initial pours - quite briary, lean like a Beaune with savory fruits and some tartness. After ~ 3 hours of air really started to fill out and the complexity of the wine shone through. Delicious when fully aired.
White
12/4/2021 - Musigny1955 wrote:
95 points
Bought on release, perfect fill. Complex, a great foil to freshly-cooked latkes and fatty salmon. Regal. Will probably go at least 20 years. Superb balance, size, depth, persistence. This is the real deal. Does not have the rigorous cut that a young premier Cru has, but has boatloads of sophisticated extract and authoritative flavor set. Woof. 95+
Red
11/22/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
91 points
Purchased Nov. 2019; perfect fill. Lean but not austere nose, much richer palate that just keeps extending. Forever length. Excellent choice for real-world home dining. Serious, structured, elegance without opulence. Superb Marsannay. Potentially 92 with time. Better and better as it breathes.

Last note, much longer, posted 2 years ago almost to the day. Bought a case based on that tasting. First bottle from that case. If you need perfume tonight, go elsewhere. Palate complexity that just keeps unfolding. Minerals, rocky; super with simple roast chicken. Balance so good this may age 20 years. No clue if the nose will open to equally match the sophisticated mouth feel. Pataille is a top rank winemaker; think what magic he could do with grapes from huChambolle Les Amoureuses or Volnay Caillerets ...
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Red
11/20/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Tasted as part of Zoom tasting held by Ansonia Wines, 1/5th bottle)
Spectacular nose, very sophisticated tannins; a wine for at least 10 years aging but golly this is good. Beautiful perfume, in mouth the tannins are very fine but the wine needs time. Superb structure. Complex. Great length even this young. Wow wine. I bought a case based on this tasting having already bought their Criots and Clos Pitois. This is a killer Santenots.
White
11/16/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Bought on release, same case of wine from 10/2021 note; Grand Cru Diam cork} Very similar to bottle written up last month, almost exotic fleshiness of Puligny Folatieres in full swing. Well made, very tasty, would try to match this to fairly rich dishes.
Red
11/16/2021 - Musigny1955 wrote:
89 points
Bought on release, cork in excellent shape // Big, ripe Shiraz with perhaps a little more in the way of aromatics due to the Viognier. Well made but first glass was the best, as honestly was a bit bored with the wine as not particularly complex, which I was hoping for after 17 years!
White
2012 Henri Boillot Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru Chardonnay (view label images)
11/5/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
96 points
{Bought by Massachusetts Confrerie on release, opened for annual dinner} Extraordinary, wow wine, very complete. Somehow manages to be packed with rich, opulent flavors yet with precision, minerality, and balance. Has edge, cut, not at all heavy. White flowers. Difficult to score a wine this good, fine, and persistent.

Only one barrel of 350 Liters was made. Ridiculously good. A real treat to drink this wine.
Red
Bought on release, shipped to house and in cellar for 6 weeks or so, opened as an experiment, hoping to catch early 2019 fruit ... but this is seriously structured, deep purplish color, some acid to start and very big fruit with excellent tannins and a persistent finish that tingles inside the mouth. Would let it sleep for at least 5 years! This is serious wine.
Red
11/5/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
95 points
{Purchased on release by Massachusetts Confrerie; poured at annual dinner} Sensational wine, very complete and long, surprisingly excellent depth and length. Great showing and a strong argument for the 2006 vintage. Grand Cru in terms of being a complete and balanced wine. Much better than the other (tepid) notes in Cellartracker would suggest.
Red
11/5/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
95 points
{Purchased by Massachusetts Confrerie on release; perfect fill and all bottles tasted before pouring at annual dinner} Sensational, smoky wine that took a good hour in the glass to fully develop - but with first sip one knew this was a killer wine. Tons of minerals and delicious fruit, lovely scent, forever length. Very complete wine, spherical without any extreme edges, great Grand Cru. Berries, hint of licorice, spice, seductive middle and end with outstanding depth without weight. Poured with the (excellent) 2009 Hospice de Nuits NSG Les Didiers that was more immediately attractive but did not reach the heights of this wine.
Red
11/5/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{Bought on release by Massachusetts Confrerie; poured at annual dinner. All bottles screened before pouring} Sexy, gorgeous, long wine, very intelligent oaking. Ripe tannins and sweet dark cherry 2009 fruit. Rather full-bodied, dark fruited wine. Sensationally delicious. Disappeared out of everyone's glass faster than the (better, but longer to open) 2002 Echezeaux from Mugneret-Gibourg. Very Premeaux style wine - without the iron minerality found in sites just north of Les St Georges -
Red
11/4/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
90 points
{Bought on release, perfect fill, Diam 5 cork} Promising but quite shut down right now. PopNPour, tasted, put into decanter, fruit started to come forward around 90 minutes in. Black fruits, hint of licorice, good structure and tannins, but not generous right now. This bottle suggests another 5 years needed!
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White
11/2/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
94 points
{Bought on release, sound cork, 2 mm ullage; tasted with DE and DH over dinner with 2005 Sauzet Batard} Rich, incisive, full of stones and white fruit nose, quite deep and integrated across forepalate, midpalate, finish. Honeysuckle and quince there too; the balance in this wine is near perfect. Great nose. I scored this equal to the Sauzet Batard but prefer this wine as still a bit fresher and will easily go another decade, may go u a point or two if it keeps going this way. All of the premier and grand cru H Boillot 2007s are killers!
White
2005 Etienne Sauzet Bâtard-Montrachet Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru Chardonnay (view label images)
10/28/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
94 points
{Bought by DE in 2007; drunk with DH and DE over dinner with 2007 Henri Boillot Pucelles, as Pucelles abuts Batard} Ripe, now in the stage of being round without much acid cut, very complete with tuna crudo then scallops for dinner. Open for several hours at restaurant and then at home, did not fade until next day. Marzipan, some lanolin in the spectrum of flavors, which were dominated by classic Cote d'Or acacia and an intriguing hint of citrus pith. An excellent bottle.
Red
10/22/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
94 points
{Bought on release, bottle 3 or 4 of 12. Sound cork, perfect fill} Big, aromatic, very complete wine, tons of sediment, yet elegant and full of life. One of the best Beaucastels after the 1988-89-90 series. Can hold at this level for another decade.
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White
11/1/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{3 or 4 cases bought on release; about 8 or 10 left} Complex, rich flavors without the keen, knife-like acidity of a young Chablis but still has edge. The depth and complexity of this 15-year old wine is a revelation, since so many of us are drinking our premier cru Chablis early to avoid the disappointments of premature oxidation (premox). If your bottles are well stored I think this wine will go another 5 years. [Note based on 3 or 4 bottles in the last 2 months, the latest being the reported tasting date].
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Red
10/31/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
95 points
{Bought on release, perfect fill; tasted with JL, BA and AM} Gloriously pretty nose, garrigue, delicious flavor set with excellent integration from foreplate, midpalate, and finish. Words like "discrete," "plush," and "elegant" come to mind. Very sophisticated wine and easily equals many limited (special selection) cuvee Chateauneuf-du-Papes. Not even remotely alcoholic, indeed in the very ripe 2007 year this is elegant, sophisticated, fresh, and beautifully balanced. Kudos to Vieux Donjon where they make one red and one white wine and have old vines.
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Red
10/28/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Tasted with DH and DE over dinner; came from DE's cellar} Tasted with 1996 Jadot Clos des Ursules and the 1996 Armand Clos des Epeneaux. Obviously this wine similar to the other Epeneaux. Qualitatively all 3 wines were about the same. This wine a little more aromatic flair than the others, and (if pressed) could say the typically uncompromising structure of this wine was less aggressive than the two '96s. Getting close to maturity but will age for decades. Excellent length and palate, sophisticated structure, opened and improved over the entire course of dinner. In one of Jasper Morris' 2018 notes he describes how the fruit in this wine became more youthful the longer it was open, and that rings true.
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Red
10/28/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Tasted with DH and DE over dinner; came from DH's cellar} Tasted with 1996 Jadot Clos des Ursules and 1999 Comte Armand Pommard Clos des Epeneaux. Obviously quite similar to the latter; slower to open and bloom than the Jadot. First bottle of this that I can remember is actually mature! Fine tannins, iron minerality and yet elegant. Will last for decades.
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Red
10/28/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Bought on release, tasted with DH and DE over dinner with the 1996 and 1999 Comte Armand Pommard Clos des Epeneaux} As usual, started out a bit tight but with half of hour of decanting, waves of ripe, yet precise red fruits, very good length. Delicious and ready to drink but will hold. Initially more attractive than the Clos des Epeneaux but at 2 hours they were starting to pull ahead. Qualitatively they were all about the same for us in terms of points but the Epeneaux came across as less ready to drink now.
Red
10/23/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
91 points
{Purchased on release, sound cork; tasted with TW and IW at Ansonia} More mature than a year ago, TW guessed late 00s and either Gevrey or Nuits-S-G when tasting blind. Serious, savory, earthy Pinot flavors and good persistence. Not the flair of a premier cru site but better than most villages wines. Drinking well now, can hold for some time given excellent balance.
White
10/25/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
91 points
{3rd or 4th bottle of a case. Cork sound} Tasted over 2 days; fresh, inviting nose, good depth and attack, persistent. Floral nose and good mouth feel. Very solid wine and consistent with bottle note from ~ 3 months ago. Drinks well with a little air and will hold nicely.
Red
10/23/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Bought on release, but tasting note from Anonias tasting]. Distinct step up from the VR villages and even the very pretty Chambolle village or Nuits villages. Excellent fruit, acidity, tannins. Did I mention deliciousness? A little sulkiness today and not as immediately available as the NSG, Chambolle, or villages VR. Would go deep and buy mags and not just 750s. Salivating to try the 2019...
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White
10/22/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Bought on release, bottle #3 of 12. Diam Grand Cru (GC) cork} Full, winsome, gorgeous fruit, quite forward, both distinctively Folatieres and lovely. Really has a great finish with persistence after swallowing. Textbook flavor set. Brilliant.
Red
10/22/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
90 points
{Bought on release; half bottle; PopNPour, consumed over 2 hours} Still fairly primary and no rush to drink, I think the wine is a bit dumb in comparison to halves tried on release - good structure, length, flavor set, depth. Excellent quality for the price.
Red
10/13/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{#4 of 6 bought on release; sound cork removed with Durand} Rigorous, regal, still tough - not quite teeth-clenching, but needs hours to fully open still. The quality of the fruit and the completeness of the package are Grand Cru quality. Most of bottle consumed when opened and fruit both softer and more approachable after 20 hours. Wonderful but recommend you open the bottle in the morning if you want to enjoy it maximally over dinner right now!
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Red
10/5/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{bought on release, 2nd or 3rd bottle of 6; tasted with WB along with 2006 Clos Erasmus, 1994 Dow Vintage Port} Delightful balance, rich forepalate and and midpalate and length, but more cunning structure than the Copines bottling. Initially the balance comes across as an easy-to-like suppleness, but with time the balance becomes more clear. Really sings after being open for 3 hours! A much more serious bottle than suspected, it is easy to gulp down but rewards a little patience. Super.
Red
2007 Joseph Drouhin Grands-Echezeaux Grands-Echezeaux Grand Cru Pinot Noir (view label images)
10/10/2021 - Musigny1955 wrote:
97 points
(Bought on release, 1st of 6. Tasted with DH and family over a fine dinner. Cork sound, used Durand. PopNPour, consumed over 90 minutes). Soaring, gorgeous scent, elegant, tons of fruit. At most medium weight. Incredibly seductive. No reason you shouldn't drink now but will hold. One of the best wines of the year for me. Supports the old adage that Grands-Echezeaux is a step up from Echezeaux.
Red
10/6/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
90 points
{bought on release, perfect fill, Pop N Pour and consumed over 3 hours} Lovely, lacy, beautiful nose; at most medium palate concentration, rather light. Great purity of fruit in the nose. Ready to drink.
Red
9/30/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
92 points
{Bought on release, #4 of 6} Sneaky wine, starts out with delicious forepalate, some crunchy red fruits, and then over time really fills out and lengthens. May have shut down a bit since the last time I had the wine. I'll have to hide my last 2 bottles as they are quite tasty and should be given another 5 years! Punches "above its weight."
Red
9/22/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
Purchased on release, < 0.5 cm ullage, intact cork removed with Durand. Mature, rich, savory, long. Excellent!
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White
9/21/2021 - Musigny1955 wrote:
92 points
Bought on release, sound cork (Durand removal), perfect fill, with AWM and JEL. Good inital nose, rich palate, spherical complete Grand Cru wine that was delightful with cheese souffle. Very persistent and Bougros flair. Almost opulent when open 3 hours, just a killer wine, score ranged 91-94. Exudes magisterial grand cru completeness, very satisfying swill. A priviledge to taste if not the breadth of Le Clos or Preuses.
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White
9/20/2021 - Musigny1955 wrote:
94 points
{1st of 12 bottles bought on release, perfect fill, sound cork} Light clear yellow, lots of legs. Initially very shy nose and very, very tight; soon full palate presence but palate >> nose for half an hour, so double-decanted at 30 minutes. Finally at 90 minutes the nose awoke and then progressively roared forth, becoming an essence of Meursault at 3 hours... just brilliant, incisive, palate was gorgeous, dancing ripe fruit with acacia blossoms and citrus pith. Perhaps 91 points initially but then 95 with a lot of air at 3 hours. Recommend decanting or slow-oxidation if you are drinking anytime soon.
Red
9/19/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
94 points
{Bottle 6 of 12, cellared since release, perfect fill} Not decanted but consumed over 4 hours. Initially tight with a celestial nose, dark red fruits and beautiful tannins and structure. Spiciness on palate seemed to flip between Volnay and Vosne-Romanee elements for the first hour, then decidedly Volnay. Between 2.5 and 3.5 hours really, really opened up and cascading layers of ripe, attractive fruit. [Other reviewers call it plush!] Great showing.
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White
9/13/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
93 points
{Bought on release, tasted in Corton-Charlemagne tasting with monthly group; #1 of 13} Pale yellow, very tight and promising, incisive, hard to resist; kept unfolding and lengthening out; needs another 5 years at a minimum. Does not yet have the complexity of older C-C wines yet but will get there. Great showing.
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White
2007 Henri Boillot Corton-Charlemagne Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Chardonnay (view label images)
9/13/2021 - Musigny1955 Likes this wine:
96 points
{bought on release, bottle 3 of 6; poured at Corton-Charlemagne tasting conducted by monthly group} Full, fragrant, minerally with lots of fruit. Head and shoulders above the other wines (Jadot 2014 and 2010, Latour 1996 and 2002, Dubreuil-Fontaine 2001, Remoissenet 1992) Held up well over 2.5 hours; 8 out of 9 tasters ranked this their #1 of the night (runner-up was the remarkable 1992 Remoissenet).
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