Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé Cuvée Vieilles Vignes Musigny Grand Cru Pinot Noir 1996

Ratings on Delectable

Nico J. Snyman Delectable Pro

Held such promise, but showed a soy sauce aspect, so probably not the best storage conditions of this one, had quite a bit of tannin on the finish though.

Held such promise, but showed a soy sauce aspect, so probably not the best storage conditions of this one, had quite a bit of tannin on the finish though.

8.8

Kelley Fox Delectable Pro

Winemaker/Owner Kelley Fox Wines

I loved the space it gave and the gorgeous subtleties.

I loved the space it gave and the gorgeous subtleties.

9.3

West Johnson

21st Anniversary wine. Great year, great wife, great wine!

21st Anniversary wine. Great year, great wife, great wine!

9.4

Vijay Parikh

This -996 Vogue balanced but with the acidity structure intact, with dried fruit, bramble is a very well made wine but perhaps lacking the complexity that would make it a truly great wine. One hour in bottle using the Audoze method of airing, would recommend 90-120 minutes

This -996 Vogue balanced but with the acidity structure intact, with dried fruit, bramble is a very well made wine but perhaps lacking the complexity that would make it a truly great wine. One hour in bottle using the Audoze method of airing, would recommend 90-120 minutes

9.4

Matthew Gallagher

Just got better and better. A real treat.

Just got better and better. A real treat.

9.8

Ron Siegel

Closed and shutdown. Did not show much.

Closed and shutdown. Did not show much.

9.1

B

1996 Domaine Comte Georges de Vogues Chombolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes Burgundy. Drank at Toscana w DS, J, and K. Classic "Burgundian style," as DS put it. Really liked this wine though it flattened out after 2-3 hours.

1996 Domaine Comte Georges de Vogues Chombolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes Burgundy. Drank at Toscana w DS, J, and K. Classic "Burgundian style," as DS put it. Really liked this wine though it flattened out after 2-3 hours.

10

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