Domaine Méo-Camuzet Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru 2018 - Burgundy
Bottle size: 750ml
Maximum buy quantity no greater than 1 bottles.
91-94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound
An unusually spicy and appealingly fresh array is comprised by liqueur-like red berry fruit aromas, especially cherry, that are laced with notes earth, lavender and a whisper of exotic spice. There is a lovely sense of underlying tension to the rich, well-detailed and relatively sleek medium-bodied flavors that display focused power on the sneaky long and markedly firm finale. (1/2020)
95 points Decanter
Jean-Nicolas made two cuvées of Clos de Vougeot in 2017, but reverted to one in 2018. Fresh, charming and refined, the result is a supple, floral Pinot Noir that's almost good to drink straight out of the barrel, with aromatic cinnamon spice, fine tannins and very well-integrated 80% new wood. Not the most structured Grand Cru perhaps, but this is very sweet and engaging. (TA) (10/2018)
93-95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2018 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru is also showing very well, exhibiting aromas of sweet wild berries, dried flowers, woodsmoke, blood orange and rich soil tones. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, concentrated and muscular, with an ample chassis of fine tannins, good tension at the core and a long, youthfully chewy finish. (WK) (1/2020)
94 points John Gilman
The Coravined sample of this was very discreet and the wine out of cask could not be any different, as this is one of the finest young vintages of Clos Vougeot I have tasted from the domaine in many, many years! The bouquet is youthful, but already beautifully delineated, delivering scents of black cherries, sweet dark berries, a complex base of soil, venison, woodsmoke, gentle spice tones redolent of fresh nutmeg and a beautiful foundation of new oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very refined in profile, with a sappy core, lovely soil inflection, ripe, buried tannins and impeccable balance on the long, vibrant and very promising finish. (12/2019)
94 points Wine Spectator
Pure and juicy cherry, blackberry, violet and earth flavors fill the plush texture in this red. It's harmonious, with a hint of burning vine cuttings on the lingering finish. So lush and velvety it's approachable now, yet there is a solid grip underneath the ripe fruit. (BS) (12/2020)
The objective of the estate is to produce wines that combine structure and finesse, concentration and charm. This balance must be achieved, while respecting the personality of the terroir and the vintage. To do this, it's necessary to show a great deal of respect at each stage of the wine-making process. And that must start in the vineyard.
Various procedures are implemented to realise these objectives: our viticulture seeks to favour the natural balances and reveal the terroir, yields are kept under control, harvesting is carried out carefully by hand and grapes are sorted prior to our winemaking procedure characterised by minimum interference. This encourages the fineness, the expression of the fruit and the personality of each wine rather than just extraction. Maturing is carried out carefully, with the extensive but controlled use of new casks. The wines are bottled without being fined or filtered.
Have a look at our practices in more detail, from the vineyard to bottling. Each stage is important and has its role to play in the production of a great wine.
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