What the Critics say
Healthy full red. Much darker and cooler on the nose and palate than the Clos de Bèze, offering slightly stunted aromas of black cherry, chocolate, menthol, pepper, licorice and minerals. The biggest, most powerful and most brooding of these 2014s by far but still with a remarkably smooth texture and noble tannins that spread out to saturate the mouth. Not showing the fireworks--or the delicacy--of the Clos de Bèze right now, as its menthol and mineral elements dominate and there's little easy sweetness in the early going. This extremely long wine will need extended aging. The crop level was just 25 hectoliters per hectare, the same yield produced in 2014 by the 90-year-old Chapelle-Chambertin vines. (The Clos de Bèze yielded 30 hectoliters per hectare.) Drink: 2027 - 2040' (Mar17)
From one of the most exciting Domaines in Burgundy, Perrot-Minot produces wines that combine finesse with style and depth. Perrot-Minot practices 100% de-stemming, 5-7 days cold soaking & only 30-50% new oak leading to elegant & seamless wines. 2015 Burgundy vintage has produced universally praised wines on par with the 2010 & 2005.
|Grape Variety||Pinot Noir|
|Unit Of Measure||1|