Anne Gros Clos Vougeot, 2013
$3,329.68 / case(12)
This wine may be characterised by its impressive fullness. Its power sometimes a bit austere and monolithic is tempered by ripe tannins. Its weight moves across the tongue with lots of harmony and fullness even a certain elegance underneath its romanesque character. Velvet purple colour it is the archetype of beautiful pinot noir. Pronounced aromas of black fruit (ripe cherry plum and black current…) as well as spice (pepper cloves nutmeg…). A candied element develops as it ages in addition to complex secondary aromas associated with meaty nuances. Possibilities for food pairing tend to lean toward richer dishes: roasted red meat with berries or fruit red meat in sauce game with sorrel… Red currant jam mild cheeses or nothing at all. This wine has excellent ageing potential. Nevertheless according to our believes about great wines it is often possible to drink the wine while still young when the tannin and structure are at the forefront essential qualities for b,,wine~french burgundy red~france~~burgundy~,2013,y,red,n 750,008700037695,1anne gros echezeaux [france],750ml,,277. 46,2996. 59,12,,n,it has a deep inward looking nose that loses its bashfulness in the glass offering tempting scents of mulberry raspberry and damp soil. The palate is medium-bodied with a succulent rounded entry. This feels fleshy in the mouth with black moving to red fruits towards the finish. This is a very respectable echezeaux that should age extremely well.,,wine~french burgundy red~france~~burgundy~,2013,y,red,n 760,008700037696,1anne gros hautes cotes de nuits blanc [france],750ml,,52. 52,567. 16,12,,n,the first harvest was in 1999. This is a fresh wine with citrus notes (lemon) and exotic nuances (banana pineapple passion fruit…). The mineral structure is moderated by ageing the wine on the lees. A hint of iodine and a slight saline quality complete this wine which would complement raw or grilled fish shellfish in a court-bouillon white meat charcuterie without garlic and goat cheese… Barrel ageing lasts approximately 12 months (30% new barrels and 70% in tanks). We recommend you drink this wine young while still fruity. It makes an excellent aperitif as it awakens the taste buds.” – domaine anne gros *88-90/100 the wine advocate
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