Clos-de-la-Chapelle-Pommard-Chanlins-2014

Clos de la Chapelle, Pommard ''Chanlins'', 2014

“The eighty-five year-old vines here have produced a very pretty and red fruity example of the vintage in 2014. The bouquet jumps from the glass in a classy blend of cherries, quince, a touch of blood orange, pigeon, woodsmoke and a gentle framing of cedar. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and really very suave on the attack (particularly for a young Pommard!), with a fine core of fruit, fine grained tannins and a long, focused and tangy finish. This will be outstanding in the fullness of time! (Drink between 2022-2060).”
John Gilman (94 points)

“A lean, sinewy style, evoking a base of minerality and spicy oak to elevate the berry and currant fruit. Tense and peppery, this finds equilibrium on the long finish. Best from 2020 through 2035. 72 cases made.”
Wine Spectator (90 points)

“A much more deeply pitched nose is comprised by notes of violet, plum, black cherry and discreet floral hints. There is excellent volume to the suave and very rounded medium weight flavors that also exude a fine bead of minerality onto the dusty, persistent and mildly austere finish. This velvety effort should drink reasonably well after only 5 years and reward up to a decade of cellar time.”
- Burghound (89-91 points)

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: C9192
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Red
Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Winery: Clos de la Chapelle
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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: C9192
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Red
Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Winery: Clos de la Chapelle

Description

“The eighty-five year-old vines here have produced a very pretty and red fruity example of the vintage in 2014. The bouquet jumps from the glass in a classy blend of cherries, quince, a touch of blood orange, pigeon, woodsmoke and a gentle framing of cedar. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and really very suave on the attack (particularly for a young Pommard!), with a fine core of fruit, fine grained tannins and a long, focused and tangy finish. This will be outstanding in the fullness of time! (Drink between 2022-2060).”
John Gilman (94 points)

“A lean, sinewy style, evoking a base of minerality and spicy oak to elevate the berry and currant fruit. Tense and peppery, this finds equilibrium on the long finish. Best from 2020 through 2035. 72 cases made.”
Wine Spectator (90 points)

“A much more deeply pitched nose is comprised by notes of violet, plum, black cherry and discreet floral hints. There is excellent volume to the suave and very rounded medium weight flavors that also exude a fine bead of minerality onto the dusty, persistent and mildly austere finish. This velvety effort should drink reasonably well after only 5 years and reward up to a decade of cellar time.”
- Burghound (89-91 points)