Domaine du Comte Liger-Belair, Vosne Clos du Chateau 2011

The Clos du Chateau 2011 is a quite adorable Vosne village. The nose is offering delicate red berry fruit with loads of stony minerality and Vosne spices – hints of violets and peony rose. On the palate lovely harmonious fruit – refined and focused for this level – and all is focused by the excellent minerality from this fine lieu-dit terroir. It’s not a dense wine like the 2009, but more a wine of finesse and poise. Need some time to integrate the oak fully – a lovely terroir driven Vosne village.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2020) – Very Good+ 91p – Tasted 18/03/2013.

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