1991 Romanee St Vivant Romanee-Conti; Domaine de la Burgundy  France Still wine

1991 Romanee St Vivant

Romanee-Conti; Domaine de la

90Average Score
flagBurgundy / France

I found the Romanee St.-Vivant to be softer and lighter than the other 1991s from the DRC. It offers distinctive aromas of cloves, cinnamon, and earthy black fruits. Medium-bodied and supple, with light tannins, this is one 1991 that can be drunk now or over the next 12-15 years.||NOTE: Prices have not been released; those listed are estimated based on recent vintages. As did most Burgundy domaines, the DRC had exceptionally low yields in 1991, ranging from under 20 hectoliters per hectare to a high of 26 hectoliters per hectare for the Grands Echezeaux. Unquestionably, all of these wines are successful and should age for two decades. Although the wines have already been bottled, they will not be released until late winter or early spring 1994, thus prices have not yet been established. Wine Advocate.December, 1993

Robert Parker    Score: 88/100

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