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1999 Mommessin, Clos de Tart Grand Cru 1.5L

Vinous

93

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $2,550
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1999 Mommessin, Clos de Tart Grand Cru 1.5L

Vinous

93

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $2,550
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Vinous

Vinous

93

Dark red color; looks like a young wine. Expressive if slightly medicinal aromas of dark berries, purple flowers, spices and crushed-stone minerality. Dense and rather powerful if a bit unrefined, with very rich flavors of redcurrant, tobacco, spices and wild herbs conveying a strong impression of extract (perhaps a bit too much saignée here?). A bit less brisk in the mouth than it is on the nose, but with no shortage of acidity. Finishes with a serious dusting of tannins and strong saline persistence. (The tannins in today's Clos de Tart are finer.) This wine may be passing through an awkward stage of its evolution in bottle.

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Vinous

Vinous

93

Dark red color; looks like a young wine. Expressive if slightly medicinal aromas of dark berries, purple flowers, spices and crushed-stone minerality. Dense and rather powerful if a bit unrefined, with very rich flavors of redcurrant, tobacco, spices and wild herbs conveying a strong impression of extract (perhaps a bit too much saignée here?). A bit less brisk in the mouth than it is on the nose, but with no shortage of acidity. Finishes with a serious dusting of tannins and strong saline persistence. (The tannins in today's Clos de Tart are finer.) This wine may be passing through an awkward stage of its evolution in bottle.