The Clos de Tart 2005 is the best wine I have tasted from this producer – I tasted it first 5 years ago, and while it still is young it has martured quite a bit. The nose offer layers of red and dark fruit – ripe, rich and generous – with the oak now fully integrated. On the palate robust yet not without refinement – layered fruit – with considerable length. Nicely balance with a vibrant underlying minerality. This does deliver the goods – need 5 to 10 years more to unfold the full potential.
Tasting Notes for this producer
- Mommesin, Clos de Tart 2005 October 2, 2017
- Mommesin, Clos de Tart 1996 September 22, 2016
- Mommesin, Clos de Tart 2004 July 12, 2014
- Mommesin, Clos de Tart 1990 October 15, 2012
- Mommesin, Clos de Tart 2005 September 5, 2012
- Matching the big crus – from Chambolle to Le Chambertin One rarely taste four evenly matched grand crus from the top end on a saturday afternoon. This was nevertheles the case today when Clos de Tart, Bonnes Mares from Vogüé and Roumier were opened with the Chambertin from Trapet. All wines were from the 2013 vintage .. young – surprisingly open and forward on this fine ...
- WineHog rating system – more than points Tasting and rating wine is not exact science … and therefore I prefer to use a scale that reflects that wine is a living organism and that a wine can taste like 94 points one day … and 93 the next day … depending on the moon, the glass, temperature and or my mood! I ...