Chambertin, Domaine Denis Mortet 2010

RegionBurgundy
SubregionGevrey-Chambertin
ColourRed
TypeStill


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Tasting Notes

**Note: from a .15 ha parcel of 50+ year old vines**
This is cooler and a bit more elegant as well when compared to the Clos de Vougeot with a very pinot nose of high and moderate-toned red berry fruit along with the typical Chambertin aromas of earth, underbrush, humus and stone, all of which is trimmed in mild wood toast. The very rich and powerful big-bodied flavors exude a fine minerality as well as an abundance of dry extract that pushes the shaping structural elements to the background on the explosively persistent finish. Like most of the wines in the range, the tannins are dense but fine and if there can be such an animal, this is a Chambertin of refinement but also one that should age tremendously well.

Score: 95Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (57), January 2015

**Note: from a .15 ha parcel of 50+ year old vines**
This is cooler and a bit more elegant as well when compared to the Clos de Vougeot with a very pinot nose of high and moderate-toned red berry fruit along with the typical Chambertin aromas of earth, underbrush, humus and stone. The very rich and powerful big-bodied flavors exude a fine minerality as well as an abundance of dry extract that pushes the shaping structural elements to the background on the explosively persistent finish. Like most of the wines in the range, the tannins are dense but fine and if there can be such an animale, this is a Chambertin of refinement and finesse but one that should age tremendously well.

Score: 93/95Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (45), January 2012

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