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Rating: 93 Pts John Gilman - View from the CellarSize:750ML
Region: Burgundy Country:France
Varietals: Pinot Noir ABV:13.5%

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93 Pts John Gilman - View from the Cellar

"Despite the brutally short yields here in 2012, the wine has turned out splendidly. The deep and complex nose wafts from the glass in a fine blend of cherries, pomegranate, nutskin, a beautiful base of soil tones, violets, cocoa and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, and very pure on the attack, with lovely soil signature, a sappy core and impressive complexity and grip on the suavely tannic and perfectly balanced finish. 2020-2050+."

90-92 Pts Stephen Tanzer - Vinous Media

"Good dark red. Musky, reduced, very ripe aromas of blackberry and raspberry. Impressively fat and sweet, but with a peppery/herbal edge and firm acidity giving the middle palate a slightly brutal character following the wines from Chambolle. More red fruits than black in the mouth, but dominated by its tannic structure today and a bit dry and herbal on the end."


On the first of November 2003, Domaine J-F Mugnier increased from 4 to 14 hectares. The Clos de la Marechale, under the sole ownership of the Mugnier family since 1902, reverted to the Domaine when the farming contract ended after 53 years.

The origin of the name of this Clos is unknown. In 1855 the vineyard was known as ‘Clos des Fourches', then ‘Clos Marechal' in 1892, before changing to ‘Clos de la Marechale' in the 20th century. Research by the historian Jean-Francois Bazin shows no evidence of a Marshal, or the widow of a Marshal, during the Second Empire being connected to this village. Further research is necessary. Therefore, to follow...

The vineyard:
The Clos de la Marechale has a surface of 9 hectares, 76 ares. It is the largest monopole (an appellation belonging to a single owner) in the Cote d'Or. The average age of the vines in 2009 is about 45 years old.

The vines:
The Clos de la Marechale has a surface of 9 hectares, 76 ares. It is the largest monopole (an appellation belonging to a single owner) in the Côte d'Or. The average age of the vines in 2009 is about 45 years old.

The soil:
The geological stratum on which the Clos de la Marechale is situated plunges wellbelow the surface of the soil further south, marking the end of the Cote de Nuits, only to reappear in Le Montrachet between Puligny and Chassagne. Therefore one is not surprised to find the same qualities of power and longevity in these wines.

The Wine:
They are wines that always need 5 to 10 years of ageing before expressing their typically floral character : "The bouquet of the 1er crus of Premeaux is remarkable and persistent : one finds the aroma of iris mingled with raspberries. Even more so, that of white lilac"." - Winery