2010 Domaine Gros Frere et Soeur Clos de Vougeot de Musigni

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • WA 94
  • BH 92

Reviews for 2010 Domaine Gros Frere et Soeur Clos de Vougeot de Musigni

WA 94
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, February 2012
The 2010 Clos de Vougeot-Musigni emerges from the glass with freshly cut flowers red berries and mint. Bright aromas and flavors meld into precise mineral notes as the wine shows off its energetic focused personality... The 2010 Clos de Vougeot-Musigni emerges from the glass with freshly cut flowers red berries and mint. Bright aromas and flavors meld into precise mineral notes as the wine shows off its energetic focused personality. Layers of sweet perfumed red fruit blossom beautifully on the deep textured finish. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2030. -AG
BH 92
Burghound - Burghound, January 2012
Abundant wood spice doesn't completely dominate the otherwise ripe pretty and relatively airy nose of primarily earthy red pinot fruit though it comes close. There is excellent volume and richness to the full-bodied and... Abundant wood spice doesn't completely dominate the otherwise ripe pretty and relatively airy nose of primarily earthy red pinot fruit though it comes close. There is excellent volume and richness to the full-bodied and distinctly serious flavors that possess good mid-palate concentration on the solidly well-detailed and lingering finish. There is good maturity to the structural elements and this should offer 12 to 15 years of upside development.
JJB 93
Christopher Massie - JJ Buckley, March 2012
Impressive dark garnet colors across the range here for 2010; quite pure robes as well. An intense aromatic profile offers up loads of wood smoke surrounding ultra jammy and sappy red fruit and hints of underbrush. The... Impressive dark garnet colors across the range here for 2010; quite pure robes as well. An intense aromatic profile offers up loads of wood smoke surrounding ultra jammy and sappy red fruit and hints of underbrush. The nose is far less earthy far jammier. On the palate as always this is one of the most full bodied of the genre yet the jammy fruits offer practically immediate drinkability. Will it make seriously old bones? Who cares it's delicious right now.