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2016 Château de Pommard Clos Marey-Monge Monopôle, Prime Burgundy Pinot Noir


Rating: 92/100 factors

The 2016 classic of Château de Pommard’s Clos Marey-Monge Monopôle Pinot Noir wine is the lastest launch of the well-known clos. For extra perspective on this wine, learn our wine evaluations of the 2015 classic in addition to the 2014’s.

For the context of manufacturing, right here is how Château de Pommard describes their latest 2016 child:

2016 was a battle with the weather. First, the Clos was affected by a bitter frost, dividing the harvest in half, adopted by rain and damp permitting the return of powdery mildew. Our expert group of winemakers and winery managers saved the day by saving the most effective grapes. Champion parcel, Simone, didn’t endure any loss, nor did the outdated vines inside Les Paules. All through the summer time, the grapes got the most effective care to make sure they loved the beautiful sunshine. As soon as mature, the grapes turned out extra plump and concentrated than we might have ever hoped. As soon as harvested, they had been vinified, one terroir at a time. When the precise second got here to carry collectively our six best terroirs, with the proportion of Simone being greater than it had ever been, we launched a barrel to Clos Marey-Monge Monopole 2016 to present it an additional contact of soul.

In regards to the Clos Marey-Monge

Clos Marey-Monge acquired its identify again in 1795 when Nicolas-Joseph Marey and Émilie Monge, the son and daughter of eminent French the Aristocracy, fell head over heels in love.

Situated over the heights of the Pommard village, the Clos Marey-Monge, a walled winery which is the unique property of Château de Pommard (a Monopole) is made of seven distinct terroirs used to assemble this Pinot Noir.

The 7 sub-section of the winery, referred to as Simone, Chantrerie, Les Paules, Grand Champs, 75 Rangs, Micault, and Émilie, function distinct soils and microclimates.

Grapes from every terroir are hand-picked, fermented and barrel-aged individually, stored aside for 18 months. In the summertime, almost two years after harvest, the ultimate mix is made, assembling every of the 7 components in exact proportions.

Total Overview Notes & Tasting Impressions

A pretty darkish pink shade for this Pommard Pinot Noir, with a darkish pink tint that includes each slight orange and purple hues which intensifies and deepens its look.

The fragrant profile is highly effective, warming and hearty.

Cooked apples include strawberry coulis, cherry liqueur, lifted nutmeg spiciness, and deep darkish cocoa, profound vanilla and roasted espresso.

It’s charming to odor at, from so many layers of deep depth. Advanced!

The palate reveals we’re right here with Burgundy Pinot than has seen and been crammed with loads of sunshine. The fruity flavors are ripe and highly effective, ripe plum, blackberry and cherry liqueur compete for management, whereas layers of candy spices and minty black pepper (like Sichuan pepper) add an aerial but severe depth.

Tannins are current and fairly dense for the type, delivered in a world of granulous velvety smoothness. Touches of earthy flavors add to some edgy phenolics and a slight bitter sensation offering complexity, savoriness and depth to the tasting expertise. Lengthy and imposing burst of licorice flavors to the end.

A uncommon Pinot Noir sensation of a tasting Château de Pommard’s 2016 Clos Marey-Monge delivers.

The complexity, the dryness, and the mineral acidity are mixed with barely earthy and rustic tannins that we love from a Pommard type of Pinot Noir expression.

In an intricate and charming mixture of flavors, these with an excellent ripe, comforting and charming fruity persona. Raisin and zesty citrus, jammy pink berries and a myriad of spices.

Each sip comes with a shock and a brand new discovery, for a protracted and satisfying tasting sensation…

A wine to expertise.

Take pleasure in 🙂

Julien Miquel

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2015 Château de Pommard Clos Marey-Monge Monopôle, Prime Burgundy Pinot Noir


Rating: 92/100

Concerning the Clos Marey-Monge

Clos Marey-Monge acquired its title again in 1795 when Nicolas-Joseph Marey and Émilie Monge, the son and daughter of eminent French the Aristocracy, fell head over heels in love.

Positioned over the heights of the Pommard village, the Clos Marey-Monge, a walled winery which is the unique property of Château de Pommard (a Monopole) is made of seven distinct terroirs used to assemble this Pinot Noir.

The 7 sub-section of the winery, referred to as Simone, Chantrerie, Les Paules, Grand Champs, 75 Rangs, Micault, and Émilie, function distinct soils and microclimates.

Grapes from every terroir are hand-picked, fermented and barrel-aged individually, saved aside for 18 months. In the summertime, almost two years after harvest, the ultimate mix is made, assembling every of the 7 components in exact proportions.

General Tasting Impressions

A full and relatively highly effective Pommard Pinot Noir wine, crammed with gorgeously-ripe fruity goodness, of the cooked and dried fruit sort resembling cooked apple and prune complemented by the extra anticipated and acquainted recent bitter cherry and pink berry tones.

A great deal of spices and beautifully built-in oak make for a dry, juicy, spicy and considerably savory complete, but a spherical, pretty full-bodied expertise for a pink Burgundy.

The everyday expression of a decent, exact and considerably rustic Pommard, delivered with the abundance of a heat classic, and the finesse from a wonderfully properly executed winemaking.

Full Tasting Notes

This Pommard pink is available in a relatively darkish pink hue for a Burgundy Pinot Noir, properly dense to the core and crammed with brilliant pink barely brown hues to the rim.

The nostril is pungently fruity and spicy altogether. Surprisingly, and positively, that is the pretty heat 2015 classic being expressed. Tthe fruit character and aromas we’re experiencing right here is certainly one of warming ripe fruit resembling plum, almost prune, darkish blackberry, and bitter cherry liqueur.

Though, freshly floral violet flower scents and an abundance of white pepper notes make sure the fragrant profile stays vigorous and recent. Juniper and honeysuckle, clove, delicate vanilla and spiced caramel present immense depth and complexity to a pleasant scent.

The palate is tender and charming, dry and crammed with a vibrant acidity that makes the strawberry liqueur taste resonate with the plum and candy spices for a vigorous complete. Tannins are clean at first however develop right into a velvety, barely edgy granulous end. It will definitely smoothen up additional with ageing.

Take pleasure in 🙂

Julien Miquel

Château de Pommard Clos Marey-Monge Label Photographs