2009 Gouges, Domaine Henri Nuits St Georges Clos des Porrets St Georges

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • IWC 93
  • BH 92

Reviews for 2009 Gouges, Domaine Henri Nuits St Georges Clos des Porrets St Georges

IWC 93
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2011
Good deep red. Blueberry blackberry licorice violet and menthol on the nose. Sweet dense and chewy; a step up in concentration and power over the foregoing samples with pepper and spice notes contributing verve. Has the... Good deep red. Blueberry blackberry licorice violet and menthol on the nose. Sweet dense and chewy; a step up in concentration and power over the foregoing samples with pepper and spice notes contributing verve. Has the mid-palate stuffing to support its substantial dusty tannins. From mid-slope vines averaging 50 years of age.
BH 92
Burghound - Burghound, January 2012
An attractively complex nose of fresh red and black raspberry plum and pungent earth introduces rich round and fleshy medium weight plus flavors that possess excellent density but also relatively fine supporting tannins... An attractively complex nose of fresh red and black raspberry plum and pungent earth introduces rich round and fleshy medium weight plus flavors that possess excellent density but also relatively fine supporting tannins that add shape to the strikingly long finish. While not a wine of finesse this is certainly finer than it usually is because while the finish is robust it's not rustic. - Comments: Outstanding ♥
JJB 90
Jim Collins - JJ Buckley, June 2011
Ruby color. Herbal and floral notes accent the nose with a bit of brown spice underneath. This monopole bottling is very expressive of the typical Gouges style exhibiting pretty intense viscosity on the mid-palate without... Ruby color. Herbal and floral notes accent the nose with a bit of brown spice underneath. This monopole bottling is very expressive of the typical Gouges style exhibiting pretty intense viscosity on the mid-palate without being lavish. The mouthfeel is however emblematic of the vintage ripe and dark-fruit laced. The finish is long yet not dense an indicator that the wine will continue to flesh out and reach its peak drinkability in another 2-4 years.