Combe De Caramany

Domaine Bruno Clavelier

Vieilles Vignes La Combe Brûlée Vosne-Romanée Pinot Noir 2014

Timothy Eustis
8.9

Faded a bit. But still pretty. 2014 — 3 days ago

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Domaine de la Combe

au Renard Beaune Pinot Noir 2002

JKT
9.2

Found four more and this one drinking nicely. Light almost see through colors. Floral nose with zero metallic notes. Limpid lively texture. — 6 months ago

Walter Scott

La Combe Verte Pinot Noir 2022

Mary H
9.3

Elegant, aromatic with light red fruit balanced by wet rocks, minerality — 19 days ago

La Combe Grisard

Gevrey-Chambertin Pinot Noir 2018

Alluring red fruit, sandalwood, struck flint and earth initially. With air the wine moved into a savory realm, beef stock, mushroom, sous bois and peppercorn. Detailed and layered with a very honest expression. — 7 months ago

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Walter Scott

La Combe Verte Chardonnay 2022

First time with WS in a while. Almost a pogeba. Really liking it so far. Lemon curd, acidity and tension. Excited to try the same in a few years. — 2 months ago

Clos Saint Jean

La Combe des Fous Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend 2012

Shay A
9.3

One of my favorite CdP producers. I opened this alongside a buddy’s 2009 CSJ Deus Ex Machina and it was really intriguing to see the differences.

60 Grenache/20 Syrah/remainder a blend.

Quick bottle decant before diving in. While ready to go, an hour full-decant would probably be a good call at this stage, but not required. Where the Ex Machina was more high toned and layered (thanks to the blend), this was more up-front and plush. Violets and spiced berry compote aromatically. Dark berry fruit, sweet pipe tobacco and fig dominate the palate. Extremely concentrated (not extracted), with a savory graphite profile at the finish. Would have sworn Mourvèdre was heavy in this. Delicious. 93+
— 5 months ago

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Domaine Fourrier

Combe Aux Moines Vieille Vigne Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2011

A fantastic ‘11! No doubt in a leaner style but there’s clear Fourrier signature and it’s so fresh, with absolutely zero greenness, just beautiful floral perfume and bright red cherry fruit that waft from the glass. The palate gains notably in weight and intensity and its pure, focused and saline-mineral inflicted finishes keeps on lingering. Great showing for a vintage I generally avoid in reds. — 7 months ago

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