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From 40 year old vines. “Smooth and ripe, evoking red and black cherry and oak spice notes. Balanced and juicy, yet with firm, fine-grained tannins underneath, followed by a nice expansive finish. Drink now through 2016. 1,033 cases made. Rating: 90 Points, Wine Spectator

Clive Coates on Domaine Denis Mortet: “But of course great winemaking cannot be encapsulated in a single paragraph. It is about a meticulous attention to detail from the vineyard onward, a very low yield, a very severe selection of fruit and, above all, flair and imagination...The wines are full-bodied, concentrated, harmonious, intensely flavoured and splendidly elegant. The Wines of Burgundy (revised), 2008 

The late Denis Mortet’s son Arnaud has now taken over completely the responsibility for the vines and winemaking. The young Mortet is already renowned in Burgundy for the quality of his vineyard work and grower after grower spoke admiringly of how Arnaud has picked up right where his father left off. I should add that compliments from colleagues when it concerns vineyard work are given sparingly in Burgundy but the two domaines that are routinely mentioned are Mortet and Groffier....The Mortet ‘06s came in at or above my predicted ranges and the sweet spot is the group of Gevrey 1ers as they are really lovely wines. Allen Meadows, Burghound, Issue 33 Jan 2009


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