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Domaine des Lambrays Lambrays-Clos des Lambrays 2003

Member Review by winenut718:

from .375 popped and poured. nose had intense, sweet raspberries- nothing else at all- almost granache like in their tone. Palate was muddled and fat- not holding a lot of interest.

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Domaine des Lambrays:
As early as 1365, we find the vineyard referred to under the name of CLOUX DES LAMBREY in the deeds of Citeaux Abbey. In 1789, at the time of the French Revolution, the property was sold and divided between 74 owners and reunited in 1868. Louis Joly made improvements to this handsome residence built in 1630 and restored the unity of the property DOMAINE DES LAMBRAYS. In 1866 these works are fin... Read more
As early as 1365, we find the vineyard referred to under the name of CLOUX DES LAMBREY in the deeds of Citeaux Abbey. In 1789, at the time of the French Revolution, the property was sold and divided between 74 owners and reunited in 1868. Louis Joly made improvements to this handsome residence built in 1630 and restored the unity of the property DOMAINE DES LAMBRAYS. In 1866 these works are finished by the new owner Albert-Sebastien Rodier (Maison Henri de Bahèzre from Nuits-Saint-Georges) with his grandsons Camille and Albert. Camille has founded the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin and Albert managed the family estate in Burgundy. The Rodier family ensured an efficient promotion of their Clos des Lambrays. In 1938 Albert sold the estate to his friend Renée Cosson. Since this moment the estate is “falling in a sleep” like “sleeping beauty” according to Jean-François Bazin. In 1979, shortly after the death of Renée Cosson, the estate was acquired by Roland de Chambure and the brothers Fabien and Louis Saier. They managed to wake up this “sleeping beauty” by important investments and with the support of the oenologist Thierry Brouin. Still today Thierry Brouin is due to his competencies and passion the guarantor for the quality of the wines from the estate. Read less

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Snooth User: winenut718
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08/05/2008

from .375 popped and poured. nose had intense, sweet raspberries- nothing else at all- almost granache like in their tone. Palate was muddled and fat- not holding a lot of interest.


Snooth User: vindicate
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4.50 5
08/14/2011

Enjoyed with sushi. 8-13-11 very good grand cru


External Reviews for Domaine des Lambrays Lambrays-Clos des Lambrays

External Review
06/26/2007

This Clos des Lambrays is from an extraordinary terroir - a wine of generosity, power and length that rivals the greatest Burgundy Pinot Noirs.



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