끌레드부조. 도멘청담. 굉장히 작은 밭. 장미밭에 온거 같음 — 4 days ago
Great nose and full body. Probably not worth the cost, but still pretty lovely — 3 years ago
On the tart side, but with a lot of concentration, not immediately impressive but it keeps growing on me. — 4 years ago
Lovely young Burgundy from a favorite producer. This is more structured than the Meo Fixin 1er Cru we tried, and is less voluptuous at first, but time will really help this wine... after just one hour, this Volnay opened up with bright cherry and tea leaf notes. Plenty of acidity makes this a great food wine. Clean & pure with a laser focus, as with many Meo-Camuzet offerings. Delicious. — 3 years ago
No detailed notes as we were at dinner with friends. Three Somm’s present for dinner and all thought this was wine of the night. I was one of them.
I believe their 15 is even better than their fantastic 2010.
If you are not familiar with this producer & terroir, I highly recommend you do. It remains under most consumers radar. I should probably stay silent on it as it will only drive up demand and price. But, good wine is meant to be shared with people who know how to appreciate it. This is around $55 on pre-arrival and $70ish if not bought on pre-arrival.
Olivier Lamy left the family Domaine to learn from other producers before returning to his family Domaine. He made Méo-Camuzet for few years just before his return.
The body was thick and slightly waxy. Nice green apple, pineapple, lime, honeysuckle, fruit blossoms with excellent round acidity, texture, elegant and well polished finish.
Recommend you slightly over chill it and decant it for an hour if you drink it this young. After it hour, it really blossoms.
Photos of, the Domaine property, Saint-Aubin Vineyard, amazing Saint-Aubin Chardonnay grapes and Domaine building sign — 4 years ago
Good acidity and bite that mellows our real nicely — 2 years ago
The 2015 is drinking better after some additional time in bottle. Since I recently opened some Meo-Camuzet Burgundies, I wanted to compare while they were fresh in my mind. This wine reminds me of a New World version of Meo’s village Nuit-St-George. It’s slightly riper in some ways, simpler in structure, and doesn’t have much of that Old World tangy/sour/mineral finish. Cost is sorta close (Meo a little more in most markets), so for me the Meo wins by a SLIGHT margin, but this is oh-so-close. The N-J will likely be preferred by most American palettes. — 3 years ago