Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Musigny 1999

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Medium cherry-red; fades to salmon pink at the edge. The nose shows powdery, pure red fruit. The palate gives a very ...

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Roetgen, DE (5,800 mi)
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Lovely, and seriously structured. Full-bodied and rich, with some wonderfully soft tannins and ripe fruit. Shows plum, prune and blackberries, with... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
04/29/2010

Lovely, and seriously structured. Full-bodied and rich, with some wonderfully soft tannins and ripe fruit. Shows plum, prune and blackberries, with some mineral creeping in on the finish. Needs cellaring so the oak can integrate with the wine. Best f... Wine Spectator. A Pinot Noir wine from Burgundy in France. 1999 Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Bonnes Mares 750ml


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Winemaker's Notes:

Medium cherry-red; fades to salmon pink at the edge. The nose shows powdery, pure red fruit. The palate gives a very fresh expression; medium length but quite lacy and très elegant. The fine tannins give a little bite on the finish but this is a lovely, pure and elegant, rather than powerful, example of Chambolle. Pinot Noir is well-suited to pair with poultry, beef, fish, ham, lamb and pork. It will play well with creamy sauces, spicy seasonings and may just be one of the world's most versatile food wines.

Medium cherry-red; fades to salmon pink at the edge. The nose shows powdery, pure red fruit. The palate gives a very fresh expression; medium length but quite lacy and très elegant. The fine tannins give a little bite on the finish but this is a lovely, pure and elegant, rather than powerful, example of Chambolle. Pinot Noir is well-suited to pair with poultry, beef, fish, ham, lamb and pork. It will play well with creamy sauces, spicy seasonings and may just be one of the world's most versatile food wines.

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