The La Seve du Clos from Arnaud Ente is a special wine made from a plot of very old vines on the village vineyard En L’Ormeau Clos, located just below the town center of Meursault. The 2004 edition of this wine is a fine combination of a good village terroir and a deep ripe and complex fruit of a good 1er cru. In the bouquet some mature notes, ripe yellow fruit, a hint of anise and fennel. On the palate very good acidity, layers of ripe chardonnay fruit. Very well balanced with loads of fruit matched by the excellent 2004 acidity. The complexity of the terroir is not matching the good 1er crus, but the fruit from the old wines add other dimensions to the wine. A fine effort from Ente and a true pleasure.
(Drink from 2017) Fine – 92p
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Tasting Notes for this producer
- Arnaud Ente, Meursault Clos des Ambres 2003 November 4, 2013
- Arnaud Ente, Meursault Clos des Ambres 2002 October 30, 2013
- Arnaud Ente, Meursault Clos des Ambres 2007 July 29, 2013
- Arnaud Ente, Meursault La Seve du Clos 2004 March 4, 2012
- Arnaud Ente Meursault 2001 June 27, 2011
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