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Average critic rating : 96.25 points



Not surprisingly this still closely resembles the same wine in 750 ml (see herein for that review) and thus I repeat it here where the only difference is the projected drinking window: A fantastically complex nose offers up aromas of rose petals, violets, mint, cassis, black berry and a plethora of spice nuances that continue onto the intense and remarkably powerful imposingly constructed flavors that are blessed with buckets of dry extract that render the presently rigid tannic spine almost invisible on the impeccably and palate staining finish that seems to persist without end. As was the case from cask, I could still taste this several hours later and if given sufficient cellar time, this should be a very fine vintage for this storied wine. Aug 2015,, Drink: 2034+



The 2009 Musigny Vieilles Vignes fleshes out beautifully with endless layers of fruit that caress the palate in stunning style. Sweet floral notes meld into expressive dark red fruit in this mysterious, evocative Burgundy. There is a weightless intensity to the Musigny that is achingly gorgeous. Waves of flavor continue to build towards the sexy, racy finish as the 2009 shows off its pedigree. The 2009 will always be an exuberant Musigny, but time in bottle will help shed some of the baby fat. This is likely to be a great, great wine for several decades. Apr 2012,, Drink: 2024-2039



Good bright, deep red. Raspberry liqueur, crushed rock and vanillin oak on the suave, subdued nose; shows the greatest lift of these 2009s. Superconcentrated and creamy but light on its feet, displaying terrific energy and sappiness for 2009. Gained in verve with aeration, with high-pitched, tangy flavors of raspberry, pomegranate, flowers and minerals spreading out to saturate the mouth. With its finishing perfume and taste of limestone, this really transcends the vintage. 95+. Mar 2012,



The 2009 Musigny Vieilles Vignes from Domaine Comte de Vogüé is a profound young wine in the making. The beautifully complex and again, quite reserved nose offers up a magical blend of red and black cherries, raw cocoa, superb minerality, woodsmoke, a nice note of mustard seed, a definitive touch of iron and a lovely base of new oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and beautifully balanced, with a rock solid core of pure fruit, great soil inflection, lovely acidity, suave, but again, quite substantial tannins and great length and grip on the magical finish. This is still a very young wine that will need all of fifteen years to really reach its apogee of maturity, but it is so good that I will be very surprised if hundred and hundreds of bottles are not drunk in its relative youth, as the wine is going to be very hard to resist after only a few years in the cellar. Another great Comte de Vogüé Musigny. (Drink between 2025-2075) 97+. Dec 2010,, Drink: 2025-2075

Chambolle-Musigny has no shortage of stars though Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue is certainly the most aristocratic estate in the village, and the estate with the grandest holdings: de Vogue holds a whopping seven hectares of Musigny – almost three-quarters of the vineyard.

The domaine can trace its origins back to the 15th Century: that it is still intact is remarkable in itself, though its fame as a top producer came about after the Second World War, and it now sits comfortably at the top table of Burgundy’s great estates.

Le Musigny is obviously the jewel of the estate’s holdings: a parcel of the vineyard is planted to Chardonnay which, in theory, will one day be labelled as Musigny Blanc. For the moment the wine is declassified to Bourgogne Blanc on account of the youth of the vines; anyone lucky enough to have tasted this rarity will attest to its remarkable quality.

Other holdings include a significant parcel – 2.7 hectares – of Bonne Mares and just over half a hectare of Chambolle-Musigny Les Amoureueses (a vineyard of grand cru quality if not status).

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