Clos de Tart

Clos de Tart Grand Cru 2016

Limitiert

strukturiert
pikant & würzig
saftig
97-100
100
2
Pinot Noir 100%
5
rot
13,5% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2020–2050
Verpackt in: 6er OHK
3
Lobenberg: 97-100/100
Galloni: 99+/100
Parker: 97/100
6
Frankreich, Burgund, Cote d'Or
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
99+
/100

Galloni über: Clos de Tart Grand Cru

-- Galloni: The 2016 Clos de Tart Grand Cru, cropped at 35hl/ha, is the first year farmed biodynamically. This was completely breathtaking in barrel, and now, in bottle, nothing has changed in that respect. It has an ineffably complex bouquet, not as intense as it showed in barrel yet extremely deep and cerebral, black fruit mingling with forest floor, crushed stone and a touch of sea spray. The palate is perfectly balanced with a deceivingly understated entry, before a wave of black and red fruit crashes over the senses. It is framed by supremely fine tannin, the intensity building toward a crescendo as it fans out. The aftertaste is unbelievably long, remaining in the mouth 60 seconds after the wine has departed. The best ever - simple as that. Tasted at Clos de Tart. 99+/100

97
/100

Parker über: Clos de Tart Grand Cru

-- Parker: The superb 2016 Clos de Tart Grand Cru confirms the promise it showed from barrel, unfurling in the glass with a striking bouquet of raspberries, rose petals, blood orange, black tea, spices and smoked meats. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, pure and ample, with a deep core of vibrant, searingly intense fruit that entirely cloaks its structuring chassis of satiny tannin, concluding with a long and captivatingly floral finish. More elegant and transparent than the richer and fleshier 2015, this is an exceptional vintage for Clos de Tart. That there are fully 27,000 bottles makes this one of Burgundy's rare confluence of quality and quantity. 97/100

Mein Winzer

Clos de Tart

Clos de Tart – im Burgund ein Name wie Donnerhall. 7,53 Hektar (wein-)heiliges Land im Herzen der Côte de Nuits, auf dem Gemeindegebiet von Morey Saint Denis. Unter den gerade einmal fünf Monopole-Grands Crus, die es im Burgund gibt, ist er der flächenmäßig größte. Seine Geschichte reicht beinahe...