2010 Domaine Michel Lafarge Volnay Vendanges Selectionees

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  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • WA 92
  • BH 91
  • IWC 90

Reviews for 2010 Domaine Michel Lafarge Volnay Vendanges Selectionees

WA 92
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, February 2012
The 2010 Volnay Vendanges Selectionnees shows the precision of a finely cut gem. It boasts gorgeous verve beautifully articulated fruit and fabulous overall balance. There is marvelous tension in the glass as the wine... The 2010 Volnay Vendanges Selectionnees shows the precision of a finely cut gem. It boasts gorgeous verve beautifully articulated fruit and fabulous overall balance. There is marvelous tension in the glass as the wine shows off its considerable charms. Clean chalky notes frame the finish. The Vendanges Selectionnees is a selection of the domaine's best village-level parcels. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2022. -Antonio Galloni
BH 91
Burghound - Burghound, April 2012
This is slightly fresher and a bit more complex than the straight Volnay villages with its pretty and well-layered nose of red currant plum and warm earth scents. There is excellent intensity to the detailed and mouth... This is slightly fresher and a bit more complex than the straight Volnay villages with its pretty and well-layered nose of red currant plum and warm earth scents. There is excellent intensity to the detailed and mouth coating flavors that possess a firm but not hard tannic spine before terminating in a dusty persistent and mineral-inflected finish. I very much like the sense of poise as well as the perfectly ripe phenolics.
IWC 90
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, February 2012
Good medium red. Redcurrant cherry and spices on the nose. A bit more primary and intense than the basic village cuvee saturating more of the mouth. Finishes longer with finer tannins and strong spice and soil tones. ... Good medium red. Redcurrant cherry and spices on the nose. A bit more primary and intense than the basic village cuvee saturating more of the mouth. Finishes longer with finer tannins and strong spice and soil tones. Usually made from the same parcel of vines notes Frederic Lafarge.