Vineyard: Clos de Vougeot

StoryThis grand cru has more low-lying land than any other grand cru so you must choose carefully here. The location in the vineyard is critical for quality as well as the producer.
VarietiesPinot Noir

Articles mentioning wines produced from this vineyard

Wineries sourcing from this vineyard

Reviewed wines produced from this vineyard

1995 Haegelen-Jayer Clos Vougeot

Alfred Haegelen married Madeleine, a niece of the great Henri Jayer. His wines are restrained and long-lasting. Clos Vougeot is the largest (50.59 ha) grand cru in the Côte-de-Nuits, but the quality of wines from this vineyard vary greatly due to the large number of owners and the placement of their respective blocks in the vineyard. · Quite pleasing with a charming toast note to the aromas, lively tart cherry flavors, a silky texture, and plenty of length and acidity on the thoroughly enjoyable finish. Reviewed August 24, 2007 WINERY » ARTICLE »

1947 Justerini & Brooks Clos de Vougeot

Maderized and undrinkable. The term maderized refers to wines that have turned deep yellow or brown in color and are dried out on the palate. Only one in the group was brave enough to taste the wine, but he could discover no redeeming qualities in it. Reviewed December 10, 2006 WINERY » ARTICLE »