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Clos de Tart Grand Cru Pinot Noir

9.4458 ratings
9.3185 pro ratings
Morey St. Denis, Côte de Nuits, Burgundy, France
Pinot Noir
Top Notes For
Conrad Green

Still primary but great intense fruit. Still quite tight but certainly classy.

Still primary but great intense fruit. Still quite tight but certainly classy.

Dec 9th, 2019
Mike Saviage

Dark tawny. Almost opaque. Tart fruit nose. Notes of tart cherries, tart rhubarb, tart oak bark, tart spice and a little tart mocha and tart menthol. Rich fruit in the mouth. A bit hot. Still primary. Needs more time in the bottle, or lots of time in the decanter to open up.

Dark tawny. Almost opaque. Tart fruit nose. Notes of tart cherries, tart rhubarb, tart oak bark, tart spice and a little tart mocha and tart menthol. Rich fruit in the mouth. A bit hot. Still primary. Needs more time in the bottle, or lots of time in the decanter to open up.

Nov 28th, 2019
Conrad Green

From mag. Nice full fruit. A little blocky alongside the others with noticeable oak. Maybe needs time to fully blossom but great material.

From mag. Nice full fruit. A little blocky alongside the others with noticeable oak. Maybe needs time to fully blossom but great material.

Apr 26th, 2019
Mike Saviage

Dark rose tawny color, barely translucent. Fragrant nose. Notes of red flowers, bing cherry, earth, rhubarb and some spice. Masculine. Tannins mostly integrated but this still has a bite. Chewy, even with air. Nice but needs more time.

Dark rose tawny color, barely translucent. Fragrant nose. Notes of red flowers, bing cherry, earth, rhubarb and some spice. Masculine. Tannins mostly integrated but this still has a bite. Chewy, even with air. Nice but needs more time.

Apr 19th, 2019
ADAM STROMFELD

Ok...barnyard floor and red berries. This wine brings tears to my eyes. Round and soft sour cherries. Are we in heaven?? Miss you @Joe Lucca

Ok...barnyard floor and red berries. This wine brings tears to my eyes. Round and soft sour cherries. Are we in heaven?? Miss you @Joe Lucca

Feb 21st, 2019
Lee Pitofsky

*didn’t take notes

*didn’t take notes

Feb 7th, 2019
Greg Gregory

Disappointing. Have had this wine before and it excelled for the vintage but this bottle was sort of tame. Had I known I’d have def sold it instead of popping the cork.

Disappointing. Have had this wine before and it excelled for the vintage but this bottle was sort of tame. Had I known I’d have def sold it instead of popping the cork.

Jan 20th, 2019
Bill Bender

This was pretty shut down. Not compromised in any way just in a dumb phase IMO. Pure fruit but no oomph and a tight short finish.

This was pretty shut down. Not compromised in any way just in a dumb phase IMO. Pure fruit but no oomph and a tight short finish.

Nov 11th, 2018
Mike Saviage

Dark reddish tawny color, approaching opaque. Sweet Morey fruit nose. Notes of sweet black cherry, spice, rhubarb, a little menthol and some moist earth. Rich and round in the mouth. Tannins integrated, leaving you with a mouthful of fruit. Youthful. Great now, can it improve with more age... I think so.

Dark reddish tawny color, approaching opaque. Sweet Morey fruit nose. Notes of sweet black cherry, spice, rhubarb, a little menthol and some moist earth. Rich and round in the mouth. Tannins integrated, leaving you with a mouthful of fruit. Youthful. Great now, can it improve with more age... I think so.

Oct 7th, 2018
Alberto Cdm

Gran naso!

Gran naso!

Sep 15th, 2018