2014 Domaine d'Eugénie Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru "Aux Brûlées" (Pre-Arrival)

SKU #1247262 90-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound

 Here the nose is sufficiently reduced to dominate the underlying fruit. Otherwise there is lovely energy and delineation to the caressing, sleek, indeed even lacy flavors that possess very fine depth on the impeccably well-balanced finale. This is very Vosne in character and once again it should be enjoyable young if desired.  (1/2016)

92 points Vinous

 (made entirely from the rocky, south-facing highest part of this vineyard, where the soil resembles the calcaire of Premeaux, according to winemaker Michel Mallard; the fruit from the lower part of the vineyard goes into the estate's basic village wine): Bright, dark red Spicy, floral nose is a bit reduced today Densely packed and rather suave, with its fine-grained strawberry and raspberry fruit flavors enlivened by an element of crushed rock Finishes spicy, energetic and long Winemaker Mallard describes this silky wine as 'more easily digestible' than the 2015 version (ST)  (3/2017)

89-91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 2014 Vosne Romanée 1er Cru Aux Brûlées had a slight reduction on the nose when I tasted it from barrel. The palate is smooth on the entry with bright red fruit, good density in the mouth and well judged acidity. It is very linear at the moment, stoic and tight-lipped towards the finish, but with adequate if not a surfeit of freshness and tension. (NM)  (12/2015)

Jancis Robinson

 33% whole bunch. Just the upper reaches under Leroy’s Beaux Monts. 50% of six casks. To be bottled in spring 2016. Very dark blackish crimson. Great freshness on the nose on top of all the rich fruit – the two elements are still rather separate. Fine tannins and some green. Still very young. Mallard is very proud of the little mineral note in this wine. It is certainly very much alive on the finish. Very racy, very Vosne. (17+/20 points)  (11/2015)

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Vosne Romanee

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Alcohol Content (%): 13