Comte Georges de Vogue 2010 Bonnes Mares 1.5L

Comte Georges de Vogue 2010 Bonnes Mares 1.5L

Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir



The 2010 Bonnes-Mares from Comte Georges de Vogüé is a monumental expression of this esteemed Grand Cru vineyard. Its deep, vibrant color foreshadows the intensity that awaits. Aromas of ripe black cherries, plums, and smoked nuances immediately captivate the senses, complemented by hints of graphite, licorice, and tar. On the palate, this wine reveals its full-bodied stature with remarkable richness and depth, supported by firm yet velvety tannins. Layers of flavor unfold seamlessly, showcasing notes of crushed blueberry, pomegranate, and kirsch, intertwined with delicate floral accents of lilac and peony. The wine's texture is suave and polished, with a vibrant energy that carries through to the long, lingering finish. With its impeccable balance and structure, this 2010 Bonnes-Mares is a true masterpiece, destined to evolve gracefully for many years to come.

Robert Parker - (93-95) Points

"The 2010 Bonnes-Mares is a huge, spherical wine that fills out in every dimension. It truly is captivating from the very first taste. Black cherries, plums, smoke, graphite, licorice, menthol and tar burst from the glass as the wine shows off its statuesque, towering personality. The 2010 boasts stunning richness allied to powerful tannins in a full-bodied style that is simply dazzling. This is a dramatic, thrilling wine from de Vogue, but it will test readers’ patience. Those who can find the Bonnes-Mares should forget about it for at least 15 years."

Antonio Galloni - 95+ Points

"Bright, deep red. Crushed blueberry, pomegranate, kirsch and licorice on the very fresh, perfumed nose, lifted by notes of lilac and peony. Suave and seamless on the palate, but with superb energy and lift to the flavors of cherry, purple fruits and spicy oak. Wonderfully juicy, sappy wine with a strong finishing note of blackberry, noble tannins and outstanding rising length. A brilliant Bonnes-Mares."