Clos de la Roche Grand Cru 2010

Clos de la Roche Grand Cru 2010

Pinot Noir
rot, trocken
13,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2018–2055
Verpackt in: 6er
Lobenberg: 98–99/100
BH: 94/100
Parker: 93-95/100
Frankreich, Burgund, Cote d'Or
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Clos de la Roche Grand Cru 2010


Lobenberg: Die beste und einzige Weltklasselage von Mores Saint Denis? Nur 6 Barriques. Dieser Weinberg liegt in Morey St. Denis, 50-60 Jahre alte Reben. Intensives Toasting in der Nase. Dunkle Früchte, dunkle Schokolade, feuchte Erde. Harmonisch, aber noch deutlich vom Holz dominiert. Der Mund klar besser als die Nase. Intensive, üppige Frucht. Schwarze Johannisbeeren, schwarze Kirschen, frische Zwetschgen, auch ein Hauch von Holunder, diverse provencialische Gewürze, Johannisbrotbaum und schwarze Oliven, kubanische Tabake. Sehr interessanter, spannender Mund. Ein atemberaubender Wein mit großer Länge. Es fehlt das letzte Stück Finesse eines in die gleiche Richtung gehenden Bonnes Mares, aber ganz sicher dennoch ein imposanter Weltklasse-Wein mit ungeheuer individuellem Ausdruck. Ein grandioser Essensbegleiter zu Wild und dunklem, geschmorten Getier. 98-99/100

Katalog über: Clos de la Roche Grand Cru

-- Katalog: --BH: A highly complex and unusually elegant nose for young Clos de la Roche features notes of purple fruit, violets and spiced plum along with the usual pungent earth character that can also be found on the rich, intense and broad-shouldered flavors that possess a seductively textured mid-palate as well as excellent length. There is good phenolic ripeness to the supporting structural elements as well as plenty of tannin buffering extract. In sum, this very firm but wellbalanced effort is very clearly built to age and will need plenty of cellar time. 94/2025+

Internet über: Clos de la Roche Grand Cru

-- Internet: -- Parker: The 2010 Clos de la Roche looks like it will be a wine for the very patient. It possesses striking sweetness and perfume, yet comes across as a touch clenched on the mid-palate. Still, there is enough energy and vibrancy to make me think the wine will blossom nicely after it has settled down post bottling. Mint, flowers and sweet herbs come together in a rich tapestry of aromas and flavors on the highly expressive finish. As good as this is right now, the firm tannins really do beg for patience. 93-95/100--Jancis Robinson: Firm and lively on the nose. Lots of juice and then a backbone. A bit sweeter than some. Very user-friendly though perhaps doesn’t express terroir to the max. Vivacious. 17,5/20