Domaine de la Romanée-Conti (DRC) Monopole Romanée-Conti Pinot Noir 1990

9.51 rating on Delectable
$13999

The 1990 Romanee-Conti should ultimately be the most compelling and complex of the DRC wines. Normally it possesses a lighter color than either La Tache or Richebourg, but in 1990 it boasts a surprisingly saturated color that is the equal of La Tache and Richebourg. The nose offers up sweet, clove, cinnamon, and blackberry aromas intermingled with toasty, smoky new oak. Lavishly rich and full-bodied, with abundant tannins, this profound, surprisingly large-scaled, tannic wine boasts more muscle than usual. Let's hope that the billionaires that buy it have as much taste as money. Anticipated maturity: 2000-2025. Robert Parker

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Tony Chen

This bottle is going for around $34000 now

This bottle is going for around $34000 now

9.5