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2009 Domaine Comte Armand Pommard Clos des Epeneaux Premier Cru Monopole
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- Closure: Cork
Note: the vine ages in this 5+ ha vineyard run from 18 to 75+ years of age. The 2009 Clos des Epeneaux is segregated into several different cuvées based on vineyard location and will then be blended in varying proportions. The tasting note that follows is based upon a sample that should reasonably resemble the final blend Producer note: Benjamin Leroux described the 2009 vintage as a "relatively easy one because the growing season wasn't difficult and the harvest produced fruit that was ripe, clean and balanced. We began picking on the 12th of September and the vinification was straightforward. I like the '09 reds because unlike some of the whites that suffer from a bit of surmaturité, they are quite pure and reflect well the underlying terroir.
Tasting note: This is also very fresh and bright with pure aromas of ripe red currant, warm earth, violets and subtle spice hints that are in keeping with the energetic, intense and admirably rich full-bodied flavors that envelope the palate with velvety sap on the beautifully balanced and impressively persistent finish. I very much like the sense of underlying tension because despite this being a big wine with plenty of concentration, the balance is impeccable and there is absolutely nothing ponderous about this complete effort that is well-structured but not so much so that it is in the "buy and forget" category. In short, buy it.
Tasted: May 06, 2011Score: 92-95 Drink: 2021+ - Comments: Sweet spot Outstanding.
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