Comte Georges de Vogue 2013 Musigny 1.5L

Comte Georges de Vogue 2013 Musigny 1.5L

Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir



Comte Georges de Vogüé's 2013 Musigny is a wine of profound elegance and complexity. Its appearance reveals a deep, garnet-red hue, captivating the eye with its depth and richness. On the nose, it offers a symphony of aromas, including ripe red berries, dark cherries, and subtle floral notes, intertwined with hints of earth, spice, and forest floor. The palate is equally captivating, with a harmonious balance of fruit, acidity, and fine-grained tannins, creating a velvety texture and structure. Flavors of blackcurrant, raspberry, and plum dance on the palate, supported by a backbone of minerality that adds depth and complexity. The finish is long, lingering, and exceptionally refined, leaving a lasting impression of its grace and pedigree. This 2013 Musigny exemplifies the quintessence of Burgundian Pinot Noir, showcasing the unique terroir of its vineyard and the meticulous craftsmanship of Comte Georges de Vogüé.

Robert Parker - 95 Points

"Served blind, the 2013 Musigny Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru from Comte de Vogüé wore its pedigree on its sleeve, opening in the glass with a superb bouquet of wild strawberries, rose, cherry, blood orange and plum—much like it did in barrel. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, ample and layered, with succulent acids, a deep mid-palate and a sapid, mineral-laden finish. Pure and transparent, this is a beautifully elegant Musigny that should be comparatively approachable in another 5 or 6 years."

Antonio Galloni - 96+ Points

"Very dark bright red. Great purity and lift to the aromas of black cherry, violet, graphite, bitter chocolate and minerals. Showing less obvious density today than the Bonnes-Mares but this is extremely tight and unevolved, with its saline crushed stone and mineral elements currently dominating its underlying fruit. The yield was just 20 hectoliters per hectare, due in large part to millerandage, but this extremely imploded Musigny is showing little of the early sweetness one might expect from tiny berries. Finishes with outstanding flavor authority, length and grip. This wine should go on for decades."