Comte Armand Red 2014 / 75cl Comte Armand - Clos des Epeneaux Monopole - Pommard - Premier Cru

Comte Armand - Clos des Epeneaux Monopole - Pommard - Premier Cru

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"As usual, I sampled the various constituents of the cuvée before tasting a representative blend of the 2018 Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Epeneaux, and as ever, the whole is superior to the sum of the parts. Wafting from the glass with a deep bouquet of raspberries, cherries, peonies, spices, orange rind, cassis, woodsmoke and espresso roast, the wine is medium to full-bodied, deep and multidimensional, its lively and concentrated core of fruit framed by rich structuring tannins, concluding with a long and sapid finish. This promises to number among the Côte de Beaune's wines of the vintage, and it will be well worth seeking out." - William Kelley
Country:
France
Region:
Burgundy
Appellation:
pommard
Producer:
Comte Armand
Grapes/Blend:
100% Pinot Noir
Serving temp:
16 - 17°C
Style:
Premier Cru

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