The amazing Pommard Les Clos des Boucherottes Monopole 2017 and 2016. Save 25% on both today

The amazing Pommard Les Clos des Boucherottes Monopole 2017 and 2016. Save 25% on both today

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Grand Cru quality for $128.50 a bottle!

Last night a small group sat down to dinner and compared the 2017's and 2016's from Domaine Coste Caumartin. The top wines were all tasted blind in pairs. 

Well, what an interesting exercise it was. You would think that it would be easy to tell the difference between the two vintages but that did not prove to always be the case. 

With the domaine's top wine, Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Boucherottes Monopole, everyone had the 2017 and 2016 back to front. It just goes to show what a fine vineyard it is. And how the 2017 vintage has produced some sensational wines.

It was in 2018 that I visited Domaine Coste-Caumartin for the first time. I was blown away by the quality and style of the wines. This was Pommard at a level I had not seen before. Reviews from Gilbert and Gaillard soon followed confirming my impression. The wines sold exceptionally well.

The domaine's finest vineyard is their monopole Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Boucherottes. It has been in the family since 1908. The vineyard has always been a jewel of the village and 500 years ago it was part of the Royal Domain. This vineyard lies on the Beaune border and is largely surrounded by Pommard 1er Cru Les Petits Epenots to the south and Beaune 1er Cru Clos des Mouches to the north. It is, in effect, a clos of Petits Epenots.

The 2016 was, and remains, tremendously popular. It is the only wine we have ever ordered from the domaine three times. We purchased every bottle we could get our hands on. I can tell you quite honestly that the 2017 is every bit as good and it you don't have some in your cellar you need to grab some bottles before it sells out.

Today we offer both the 2017 and 2016 at a 25% discount. Both are magnificent and exceptional value at just $128.50 a bottle.
Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Boucherottes Monopole 2017 
Normally $171.50
Special $128.50
45 bottles available
Coste-Caumartin Boucherottes label Gilbert and Gaillard: Clear garnet color. Nose a little closed, floral sensation, fruity (cherry), undergrowth... Elegance, purity, silky in the mouth despite an aromatic contribution still reserved. High potential assets. It would be a pity to succumb too quickly to its charms. 94 Points

Darren Harris: Clos de la Boucherottes lies on the Beaune border and is largely surrounded by Pommard 1er Cru Les Petits Epenots to the south and Beaune 1er Cru Clos des Mouches to the north. It is, in effect, a clos of Petits Epenots. This Monopole has been in the family since 1908. Many of you purchased the outstanding 2016 and I am delighted to say that the 2017 is cut from the same cloth. The most aromatic nose of the Pommards. Very floral with cherry, marzipan and violets. The palate is intense and mouthfilling with layers of juicy fruit and a mineral cut. The mouthfeel is one feature of this vineyard that few Pommard can match. There is a velvet texture from old vines and low cropping. The tannins are there but are so well coated by the fruit so their influence is really just a support act. Another exceptional Clos de la Boucherottes and highly recommended. 
Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Boucherottes Monopole 2016 
Normally $171.50
Special $128.50
78 bottles available

Coste-Caumartin Boucherottes label Gilbert and Gaillard: A garnet color with ruby highlights. Racy nose, floral presence with greedy Morello cherry. The palate seduces by its scale, its elegance, its fullness. One praises to the skies for its fruit, its floral dimension, its generous tannic finish. A 2016 with an entire character. 
96 Points 
Darren Harris: 
Deep purple-red. Intense nose of cool black fruits - mostly cherries - and huge minerality. Refined and cool. Tight, very tight. The super low cropping adds layer upon layer on a textured palate culminating in an amazing peacock's tail and a very long stony finish.The silky tannins are extremely fine and coated by the velvety fruit.The domaine sets out to make this wine as a Grand Cru with extremely low cropping and beautiful handling. They succeed admirably. I don't think I have ever tasted a Pommard quite like this. It reminds me of a theoretical blend of Corton Clos du Roi, Clos Vougeot and Clos de la Roche with each coming to the fore as the wine sits in the glass. It is a sensual wine and is very special indeed. Forget your pre-conceived idea of Pommard. This is a super wine of Grand Cru quality.

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Rousseau Chambertin 2004

Domaine Armand Rousseau Chambertin Grand Cru 2004
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From the private cellar of one of our clients we are delighted to offer a superb bottle of Rousseau Chambertin Grand Cru 2004.
John Gilman, View From the Cellar: The Chambertin, described by Madame Rousseau as "imperturbable" for its ability to always negotiate well the vagaries of each vintage, is again aristocratic and fine in 2004. The bouquet offers up a fine mélange of black cherries, plums, grilled meats, mustard seed, deep Gevrey minerality, cocoa powder, toasty oak and a distinct topnote of violets. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, deep and beautifully balanced, with a rock solid core of fruit, perfect focus, and a very long, tangy and ripely tannic finish. This too has just a whiff of pepper on the finish, but I would be surprised if this is just not a youthful attribute of the wine. (Drink between 2015-2050). 94-95 Points
Burghound: The difference between Chambertin and Clos de Bèze is sharply etched in 2004 as this is cooler, bigger, richer and more powerful though less elegant and with a more limited range of spices specifically and aromatic breadth in general. The medium full flavors are reserved, tight, precise and very pure with extraordinarily good punch and precision, all wrapped in a firm, dusty and linear finish. I particularly like the mouth coating quality of the flavors as there is ample dry extract here, which serves to perfectly buffer the firmly tannic spine. Outstanding stuff and while not a truly great Rousseau Chambertin, it's knocking on the door. (Drink starting 2014).
93 Points
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