The Corton Clos du Roi from Domaine de Montille is a gorgeous wine. Its transparent and lightfooted but with true grand cru intensity. The nose offer beautiful organic red fruits – delicate and transparent unveiling the fine minerailty of the Corton hill. On the palate intense yet also refined and quite lightfooted … tasted with 2005 Clos St. Jacques from Roussau it lacked the outright weight of the Rousseau, but the Corton terroir made a statement offering at least the same length and complexity. A very refined and understated Corton … really, really enjoyed this wine.
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<h3>Tasting Notes for this producer</h3>
- Domaine de Montille, Corton Clos du Roi 2012 June 9, 2016
- Domaine de Montille, Vosne Les Malconsorts Christiane 2007 March 5, 2016
- Domaine de Montille, Vosne-Romanee Les Malconsorts 2007 March 5, 2016
- Domaine de Montille, Vosne-Romanee Les Malconsorts 2006 March 3, 2016
- Domaine de Montille, Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2011 July 27, 2015
- Domaine de Montille, Vosne Aux Malconsorts – Christiane 2008 July 6, 2014
- Domaine de Montille, Vosne-Romanee Aux Malconsort 2009 December 20, 2013
- Hubert de Montille, Volnay Taillepieds 2006 April 19, 2012
- Hubert de Montille, Pommard Les Pezerolles 2006 November 19, 2011
- Terroir Insight: Domaine de Montille Malconsorts Cuvee Christiane One rarely see a producer in Burgundy making two different wines from the same vineyard, unless it’s a declassification of young and younger wines. Etienne de Montille has however decided to make two cuvees from Vosne-Romanee Aux-Malconsorts – one regular cuvee made from two plots inside Malconsorts and a special cuvee made from a 0.4765 ha ...
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