The Clos de Tart 1990 is now fully mature … but still a somewhat rustic and big wine. In the bouquet fine slightly rustic red fruit with notes of raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, tobacco and leather. It’s not 100% pure as it starts out with some rustic cheasy notes … this do however disappear after some time in the glass. On the palate very good fruit and midpalate concentration, but is still rustic and quite tannic. Is drying a little in the finish – and will most likely not improve with further cellaring. At it’s peak or slightly in decline.
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 My aim with the Winehog is unchanged, but I have for some time wanted a stronger focus on the hedonistic pleasure and simple enjoyment of drinking Burgundies. I have therefore adjusted my mission statement: “My mission is to help readers find more joy and hedonistic pleasure in Burgundy wines; to help them understand the terroirs and ...