Wine Enthusiast: “From a single-walled vineyard, this is a ripe, generous and still structured cru wine. It has layers of delicious black-plum fruits and a jammy ripe texture that cushions the tannins. The vineyard is wholly owned by Edouard Labruyre, making it a monopole. Drink from 2018.” Jan 2017 Wine & Spirits: “Le Clos is a 2.3-acre parcel of 70-year old vines, their fruit destemmed and fermented in a concrete vat. It created a powerful 2014, with major tannic presence, and fruit that stands as an equal to the tannins, youthful and invigorating, floral and ripe. There’s a sense of fresh wild strawberries under all the impacted black-tea tannins, held firm and right. Suited to long aging.” Sep 2016 Winery: “Beautiful, dark ruby red in color with purple reflections. Fine and elegant nose with delicate, fresh notes of blackberry and black cherry with a hint of spice. Powerful and ample on the palate with spicy notes (pepper, licorice), slightly roasted and black fruit flavors (black cherry). Rich tannins, spicy and mouth-watering persistent finish.” Bottle750ml Varietal100% GamayAlcohol 13%RegionBurgundy, France
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