Jean-Jacques Confuron

Romanée St. Vivant Grand Cru Pinot Noir

9.377 ratings
9.320 pro ratings
Vosne-Romanée, Côte de Nuits, Burgundy, France
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Vincent Bottreau

Disappointing

Disappointing

Mar 5th, 2017
Jeremy Shanker

Sommelier at RN74

9.5

Still a babe!

Still a babe!

Nov 7th, 2016
Felipe Ferreiro

Sommelier/Wine Director Restaurante Las Rias Bajas

9.5

La música del vi

La música del vi

Jul 3rd, 2016
Dan Fredman

Chef Sommelier World of Pinot Noir

9.6

Open and ready for business, meaty, earthy, hedonistic in the best way. Enhanced the food it accompanied and improved the quality of the evening's conversation.

Open and ready for business, meaty, earthy, hedonistic in the best way. Enhanced the food it accompanied and improved the quality of the evening's conversation.

Dec 24th, 2015
Taylor Wilcox

French Wine Specialist The Wine House, Los Angeles.

9.9

Religious experience... 1998

Religious experience... 1998

Aug 3rd, 2015
Rodolphe Péters

Winemaker Champagne Pierre Péters

8.9

Far to my expectations

Far to my expectations

May 30th, 2015
Scott Claffee

Here we go...

Here we go...

Dec 20th, 2013
Jane Shiverick

Partner Langdon Shiverick Imports

9.7

RSV '99 double-header

RSV '99 double-header

Nov 28th, 2013
Ben Sandstrom

J J Confuron. Always been a producer I've been fond of. Yes, maybe a bit more forward in style, but a house I trust. First chance to try something with age, and it didn't not disappoint. Amazing earth and hen of the woods style notes. Someone called the 'sock-ey' but I wouldn't go so far. The reamed more of Mother Nature than the man who inhabits her. Would have preferred the bottle for full analysis, but a fun few ounce tastes nonetheless.

J J Confuron. Always been a producer I've been fond of. Yes, maybe a bit more forward in style, but a house I trust. First chance to try something with age, and it didn't not disappoint. Amazing earth and hen of the woods style notes. Someone called the 'sock-ey' but I wouldn't go so far. The reamed more of Mother Nature than the man who inhabits her. Would have preferred the bottle for full analysis, but a fun few ounce tastes nonetheless.

Jun 2nd, 2013
Kyle Wallis

90% New French Oak, 14 months. A standout.

90% New French Oak, 14 months. A standout.

Jan 31st, 2019