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Clos de Tart Grand Cru Monopole 2011 Magnum


France  >  Burgundy  >  Cote De Nuits  >  Morey-Saint-Denis

There has been something almost Arthurian about the transformation of Clos de Tart since the middle 1990s. Its latent power has been seen only fitfully ?through a glass darkly?. Now, once more, is revealed the wonderful, aromatic purity of this wine, a palate of density and liquid silkiness allied to a profundity that is awesome in its ability to combine power with finesse and elegance. Clos de Tart has risen again.

The nose is markedly spiced, with hints of pepper, clove and fresh herbs allied to black and red primary fruit. The palate is powerful but approachable, with nonetheless serious, savoury, earthy elements and obvious spice, principally dark fruits set within a silken texture. The tannins are fine-grained, though firm, and there is an enjoyable tension in the wine, a sense of direction and purpose which drives a savoury, tobacco and cedar-scented, hearty finish.

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Clos de Tart Grand Cru Monopole 2011 Magnum
Biodynamic: No
Closure: Cork
Strength: 13.0%
Fairtrade: No
Grape Type: Pinot Noir
Organic: No
Style of Wine (BODY): Full bodied
Style of Wine (DRY): Dry
Vegetarian: Vegetarian
Wine Type: Red Wine
Vintage: 2011

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    Clos du Tart

    The Clos is striking, dominating the village of Morey-Saint-Denis, its entrance proudly emblazoned Clos de Tart, confident and assertive. Beyond lies an immaculate courtyard and impeccably restored 16th century winery buildings. I



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