Domaine Ponsot Clos de la Roche Vieilles Vignes 2007

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Jancis review: "I consider 2007 a great vintage for us," Laurent Ponsot told me at the end of my first tasting sessio...

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An even more complex nose offers up a mix of both high and medium-toned aromas of mostly red berries but with a panoply of background nuances inclu... Read more

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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
06/02/2011

An even more complex nose offers up a mix of both high and medium-toned aromas of mostly red berries but with a panoply of background nuances including leather, tea, underbrush, spice hints, jerky and smoke, most of which transfer to the textured, in... Burghound. A Pinot Noir wine from Burgundy in France. 2007 Domaine Ponsot Clos de la Roche Vieilles Vignes 1500ml


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Jancis review:<br/>"I consider 2007 a great vintage for us," Laurent Ponsot told me at the end of my first tasting session in Burgundy, "but for others its very mixed." <br/>My initial impressions were certainly extremely elevated and I think only at Sylvain Cathiard was I as excited by the quality across the board as here. This wonderful wine was extremely deep crimson and much more expressive than Ponsots Chambertin. Really complex nose already - heady and such a panoply of flavours and nuances with great balance. This wine managed to be both tense and opulent - quite an achievement. Extremely fine tannins but ethereal too with an undertow of greatness. So clean and fresh this reverberated the length and breadth of the palate. <br/><strong>(Jancis Robinson MW- jancis robinson.com Jan 2009)</strong> <br/> <br/> <br/> <br/>

Jancis review:<br/>"I consider 2007 a great vintage for us," Laurent Ponsot told me at the end of my first tasting session in Burgundy, "but for others its very mixed." <br/>My initial impressions were certainly extremely elevated and I think only at Sylvain Cathiard was I as excited by the quality across the board as here. This wonderful wine was extremely deep crimson and much more expressive than Ponsots Chambertin. Really complex nose already - heady and such a panoply of flavours and nuances with great balance. This wine managed to be both tense and opulent - quite an achievement. Extremely fine tannins but ethereal too with an undertow of greatness. So clean and fresh this reverberated the length and breadth of the palate. <br/><strong>(Jancis Robinson MW- jancis robinson.com Jan 2009)</strong> <br/> <br/> <br/> <br/>

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