Joseph Drouhin, Chambertin Clos De Bèze Grand Cru, 2014

$399.00
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Joseph Drouhin

Joseph Drouhin is, of course, one of the great names of Burgundy. A rare producer that makes fantastic wines across the whole range of prices. Their Musigny is one of Burgundy's most sought-after bottles. But their "everyday-priced" wines are some of the greatest values year in and year out. And in between those extremes, they have a whole range of perfectly terroir expressive wines that over-deliver for price, including gems like the legendary Cotes their Beaune Clos des Mouches, offering close to Grand Cru quality at decidedly lower prices.

Professional Reviews

Antonio Galloni

AG 92
"Moderately saturated medium red. Pungent aromas of minerals, flowers, spices and red licorice. With its lively acidity, this wine conveys excellent precision and intensity to its wild plum and floral flavors. On the light side for Clos de Beze but the tannins are suave and fine-grained and the floral finish is refined, subtle and long. Spreads out horizontally to saturate the palate and pique the taste buds."

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