1999 - Clos de Tart Grand Cru Monopole
0999CTMO6PK _ 1999 - Clos de Tart Grand Cru Monopole - 6x75cl
Colour
Red
Producer
Domaine de Clos de Tart
Region
Clos de Tart
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2012 - 2022
Case size
6x75cl
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1999 CLOS DE TART GRAND CRU MONOPOLE - 6x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Domaine de Clos de Tart
Region
Clos de Tart
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2012 - 2022
Case size
6x75cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £4,816.07 (Inc. VAT)
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Tasting Notes

  • BURG3

    Burghound, April 2017,
    Score: 95

    This is one of those wines that is frustratingly variable and while none of the bottles that I have had has been poor, my scores have ranged from 90 to 95 points, which is an enormous range and particularly so for such a (relatively speaking) young wine. At its best the overtly ripe and still relatively primary nose of spice and earth-inflected black currant offers excellent complexity. There is excellent richness and power to the big-bodied and concentrated flavors that coat the mouth with dry extract on the hugely long finish where about the only nit is a hint of warmth. At worst the finish is drying, woody and noticeably warm. In all cases though its seems clear that this is still very much on the way up and a wine that will require most of the next decade before it arrives at its peak. Tasted on multiple occasions with, as noted, wildly inconsistent results.

  • BURG2

    Burghound, March 2012,
    Score: 90

    The oak that sat atop the fruit for so long has now almost completely integrated| allowing the relatively fresh aromas of black cherry| violets and earth hints to have center stage. The supple yet detailed middle weight plus flavors are attractively vibrant and restrained while culminating in a moderately austere finish where the mouth coating tannins are still noticeably firm and ever so slightly dry| which may be due to wood tannins. This needs a few years to sort itself out as it seemed unduly awkward. Note: I was surprised to see the slightly dry tannins as it's not a characteristic of the vintage. The good news is that there is ample extract| which should in the end allow this to age gracefully but all the same| in a cautionary move| I am downgrading my initial rating slightly. Another recent bottle showed almost the same as the one described above.Drink: 2019+.

  • BURG1

    Burghound, January 2001,
    Score: 91-93

    Wonderfully intense black cherry fruit loaded with cassis and a touch of new oak with medium-bodied, sweet, harmonious and long flavors all underpinned by racy minerality. The tannins are firm and the density of extract impressive and this had one of the longest finishes of any wine I tasted on this trip. This should be very long-lived indeed and may be the greatest Clos du Tart since the incredible 85.

  • BURG

    Burghound, June 2002,
    Score: 92

    Obvious oak notes frame knockout aromas of wonderfully intense black cherry fruit loaded with cassis and a touch of new oak introduce medium-bodied, sweet, harmonious and long flavors all underpinned by racy minerality. The tannins are firm and the density of extract impressive and the length incredible. This should be very long-lived indeed. Drink 2010+

  • CC

    Clive Coates, February 2001

    Full colour. A big, sturdy, tannic wine. But the phenols are very ripe and there is plenty of richness and depth. Very pure fruit. Very good grip. Lovely, complex and very classy. Very concentrated. Very good oaky base. Very fine potential. Drink 2012+.

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Producer

Domaine de Clos de Tart

Clos de Tarte is a wholly owned vineyard in Morey St Dénis in Burgundy which produces fine, silky red wine. It was originally founded by Cistercian sisters from Notre Dame de Genlis in 1250.

Region

Clos de Tart

Clos de Tarte is a wholly owned vineyard in Morey St Dénis in Burgundy which produces fine, silky red wine. It was originally founded by Cistercian sisters from Notre Dame de Genlis in 1250.