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Musigny Joseph Drouhin 2015 (750ML)
"95-97 Points, Neil Martin, Robert Parker's: "" The 2015 Musigny Grand Cru has a thoroughbred bouquet with ripe blackberry, briary, undergrowth and marine scents that blossom in the glass. The palate is supple in the mouth, perhaps less tensile than the Bonnes Mares albeit with superb depth and grip. You are almost on the verge of dismissing this Musigny, then it fans out in convincing fashion, with plenty of gusto and conviction, belatedly reminding you that this is one of the most revered vineyards in the world. Perhaps not as immediate as the Bonnes-Mares, nevertheless, this will turn out to be grandiose Musigny destined to be up there with the best."" Issue# 228, 11/16."
93 Points, Neal Martin, Vinous: "The 2015 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru has a gorgeous nose of brambly red fruit, beautifully defined and just pure PinotÃ©. The palate is very well balanced, mellow and approachable, though with sufficient tannic backbone. This is taut and fresh, delivering just the right amount of mineralitÃ© on the finish. Bon vin! Tasted blind at the annual Burgfest tasting." 09/18
91 Points, Allen Meadows, Burghound: "A distinctly ripe yet pure, elegant and still fresh nose consists of essence of red berries, spice elements and a hint of tea. There is evident minerality to the wonderfully textured middle weight flavors that are perhaps not quite as elegant as those of the villages yet there is better depth and length on the slightly firmer finish." 04/17
"97+ Points, John Gilman, A View From The Cellar: ""The 2015 Musigny from Joseph Drouhin is a stunning young wine in the making. the wine included about a third of whole clusters this year and offers brilliant pedigree on both the nose and palate. The bouquet soars from the glass in a sappy blend of black cherries, black plums, raw cocoa, gamebird, a beautifully complex base of soil, woodsmoke, violets and nutty new oak. On the palate the wine is deep, pure and already velvety on the attack, with its fullbodied format carrying great sappiness at the core, marvelous soil inflection, bright acids and a very, very long, seamlessly tannic and utterly refined finish. I have to imagine that someday, when this great wine has reached its apogee, it will drink a bit like the 1971 does today, but my gut instinct is that the 2015 Musigny is even better in all aspects. Great juice that will take its 126 place amongst the pantheon of the greatest Drouhin Musigny vintages of the last quarter century.2027-2085+."" Issue#66, 11/16."
93 Points, Jasper Morris, Inside Burgundy: "Bright medium deep colour, stemmy reduction that does not clear quickly. Cleaner on the palate with an impressive intensity, more than the nose suggested. Intense red fruit, with enough acidity behind, and a very pleasing aftertaste."