The Domaine de Montille Clos Vougeot 2008 is showing fine intensity and concentration for the vintage. It’s starting to reveal some maturing notes – sous-bois and some earthy minerality accompanying red and dark fruit. Very finely balanced with refined notes of youthful yet maturing fruit. Not yet fully open energy-wise; still, drinking well at the moment.
(Drink from 2025) – Fine (93p) – 05/02/2020
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