2010 Coste-Caumartin Pommard Clos des Boucherottes

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML

Reviews for 2010 Coste-Caumartin Pommard Clos des Boucherottes

JJB 92
Christopher Massie - JJ Buckley, March 2012
As with the Fremiers crystalline visually with a pure robe and decidedly dark in hue with an almost blue-black garnet gemstone hue to its persistent robe. Another aromatic profile dominated by red fruits plum skins and... As with the Fremiers crystalline visually with a pure robe and decidedly dark in hue with an almost blue-black garnet gemstone hue to its persistent robe. Another aromatic profile dominated by red fruits plum skins and jammy red strawberries where the nearly perfumed aspect of the red pinot fruit dominates the nose but is allied to a nice dose of baking spice; all of which when combined give an impression of sweetness and even delicacy that is decidedly alluring. On the palate this is classically structured with its solid tannins and medium bodied frame yet the sap and balance here combine to make this wine the most charming of the bunch. This very nearly seems already enjoyable but it's easy to see that years of downtime will be rewarded. 92+
JJB 92
Devon Magee - JJ Buckley, September 2012
Translucent ruby hue. A young Pommard this is still tight on the nose yet offers glimpses of its complexity with aromas of spice box and red cherry along with a pure menthol note. Greater depth is found on the palate... Translucent ruby hue. A young Pommard this is still tight on the nose yet offers glimpses of its complexity with aromas of spice box and red cherry along with a pure menthol note. Greater depth is found on the palate which - in line with this extraordinary vintage - displays the vibrant acidity and tannin levels that will easily enable 10+ years of cellaring. Mineral-driven through and through a beautiful chalky undertone retains a tautness that keeps the finish rolling for half a minute. Although closed in its youth this is classic pure pinot - absolutely vinous and terroir-driven.