2002 - Vosne Romanée 1er Cru Cros Parantoux Emmanuel Rouget
09A2VCPR6PK _ 2002 - Vosne Romanée 1er Cru Cros Parantoux Emmanuel Rouget - 6x75cl
Colour
Red
Producer
Emmanuel Rouget
Region
Vosne Romanée
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2012 - 2026
Case size
6x75cl
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2002 VOSNE ROMANÉE 1ER CRU CROS PARANTOUX EMMANUEL ROUGET - 6x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Emmanuel Rouget
Region
Vosne Romanée
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2012 - 2026
Case size
6x75cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £25,216.07 (Inc. VAT)
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Tasting Notes

  • BURG2

    Burghound, January 2004,
    Score: 91-94

    Noticeable oak spice blends with wonderfully elegant and concentrated aromas of red and black pinot fruit aromas plus layers upon layers of spices, including sandalwood, anise, soy, hoisin and a strong note of minerality. The linear, almost severe flavors are concentrated as well with finer tannins than usual and decidedly higher acidity than the Echézeaux and the precision is almost painful. This is not a powerful wine, and certainly less powerful than the Ech but it's a good deal more elegant and this too possesses impeccable balance that should permit it to age for 2 decades, perhaps longer. Drink: 2010-2027.Notes: from a .70 ha parcel of 55 year old vines.Comments: don't miss! Outstanding!

  • BURG1

    Burghound, April 2011,
    Score: 94

    The nose is classy, wonderfully elegant and utterly pure, revealing concentrated aromas of red and black pinot fruit aromas plus layers upon layers of spices, including sandalwood, anise, soy, hoisin and a strong note of minerality. The linear but no longer severe flavors are moderately concentrated as well with finer tannins than usual and the intensity is impressive. This is not a powerful wine but it is certainly an elegant Cros that possesses impeccable balance that should permit it to age for 2 decades, perhaps longer. In sum, this is really a wonderful Cros where I have enjoyed consistent results. The last bottle I had in 2009 was relatively accessible and certainly enjoyable though for my taste, this most recent bottle needs another 3 to 5 years before peaking. Drink: 2014+.

  • BURG

    Burghound, January 2005,
    Score: 94

    (from a .70 ha parcel of 55 year old vines). The nose is classy, wonderfullyelegant and utterly pure, revealing concentrated aromas of red and black pinot fruit aromas plus layers upon layers of spices,including sandalwood, anise, soy, hoisin and a strong note of minerality. The linear, almost severe flavors are concentrated aswell with finer tannins than usual and decidedly higher acidity than the Echézeaux and the precision is almost painful. This isnot a powerful wine, and certainly less powerful than the Ech but it's a good deal more elegant andthis too possessesimpeccable balance that should permit it to age for 2 decades, perhaps longer. There is a touch of wood on the backend thatstill has to harmonize but I don't see how it won't with this caliber of raw material. 94/2014+

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Producer

Emmanuel Rouget

Emmanuel Rouget is one of Burgundy's greatest wine makers who also owns some of the region's finestvineyards. A man of reticent nature, he is reflective and sensitive, yet with some gentle persuasion, he is happy to discuss his wines, his vineyards and his winemaking. His uncle was the late great Henri Jayer from whom he had learned enormously. In fact, Emmanuel had been tending Henri's vineyards and making his wines when his uncle retired in 1991. But he also hasbeen making his own wines since 1985 with his own parcels of vines some of which border those of Henri. His style is not dissimilar to his uncle's. They are pure, old fashioned and complex with a streakof undeniable wildness. They are often difficult to taste from barrel, but with time, their pedigree reveals itself.

Region

Vosne Romanée

The vineyards of the modest village of Vosne Romanée are arguably the most sought after in the Côte d'Or. It is host to excellent Village and Premier Cru wines, but it is its most famous Grand Crusthat truly stand out: Romanée-Conti, La Tâche, Richebourg, Grands Echézeaux, Echézeaux, Romanée St. Vivant and La Romanée as well as Cros Parentoux, a Premier Cru vineyard which attracts Grand Cru attention (and prices). Vosne-Romanée can be remarkably robust and powerful, yet be charming and fleshy giving it one of the most diverse styles of the region.