Comte Georges de Vogue 1995 Musigny 1.5L

Comte Georges de Vogue 1995 Musigny 1.5L

Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir



Comte Georges de Vogue's 1995 Musigny showcases a mesmerizing ruby-red hue that glimmers in the glass. Upon nosing, intricate aromas of ripe red fruits, including cherries and raspberries, intermingle with hints of forest floor, damp earth, and delicate floral notes, creating a captivating olfactory bouquet. On the palate, the wine unfolds with elegance and precision, revealing layers of rich, velvety textures enveloping flavors of dark berries, plums, and subtle spices. The tannins are finely integrated, adding structure and depth without overpowering the palate. As the wine lingers, the finish is long and graceful, leaving behind a harmonious blend of fruit, earth, and floral nuances that linger on the senses. This 1995 Musigny exemplifies the timeless elegance and complexity that Comte Georges de Vogue is renowned for, making it a true masterpiece of Burgundy.

Robert Parker - (93-96) Points

"One of the greatest wines of the vintage, Vogue's Musigny Vieilles Vignes, reminded me of Chateau Margaux at its best: an iron fist in a velvet glove. How anything can be this massive, powerful, and robust and yet be strikingly elegant and refined. Possessing a dark ruby color and an amazingly spicy, floral (roses) and black fruit-filled nose, this stupendous Burgundy has a thick, almost viscous, velvety texture, with copious quantities of fat, chewy, red berries. Surprisingly, the fruit almost tastes stewed yet is perfectly and clearly delineated. Complex, intensely deep and buttressed with huge but ripe tannins."

Antonio Galloni - 96 Points

"Deep red-ruby, the darkest of these '95s. Knockout aromas of black raspberry, chocolate, espresso and exotic spices. Incredible inner-mouth mineral and berry flavors. Spicy, delineated and truly palate-staining. Has a structure that reminded me of Cabernet Sauvignon. Explosive finish, with tannins that coat the palate, teeth, furniture. Showing much better than the '93 did at the same stage."