2019 Coquard Loison Fleurot Clos St Denis Grand Cru

2019 Coquard Loison Fleurot Clos St Denis Grand Cru

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What seems to take the qualities of each Charmes Chambertin, Clos de la Roche and Echezeaux. There is a charming openness with lovely perfume and delicacy, a brooding nature and an overt minerality. The palate is so light yet voluminous, long, appealing, succulent. Delicate yet powerful and ever mineral. Structure and length that goes and goes. Jono Hersey, FWC The 2019 Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru, matured with 25% whole bunch and 50% new oak, is cohesive and nuanced on the nose, offering gorgeous black fruit, briar, undergrowth and crushed stone aromas with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with svelte tannins, a fine bead of acidity and superb salinity on the finish. This was the last Clos Saint-Denis that I encountered in five weeks of tasting in Burgundy, and – blow me down! – it might be one of the best. 96-98 Points. Neal Martin, Vinous.com 3 barrels of which two are new. The nose is richer and fuller than Clos de la Roche but again showing some whole bunch character. The floral aspect would be peonies rather than roses. The vintage maybe shows a little more here. Huge density behind, with some of the nutty feel, but the fruit is spread dangerously thickly on the toast. 92-96 Points. Jasper Morris, Inside Burgundy A markedly floral-suffused nose that is equally cool and restrained grudgingly displays notes of both red and black currant along with smoky spice wisps. The more elegant and polished middle weight flavors don't possess the same muscle or power, but the lilting and refined texture is highly seductive, all wrapped in stony, wonderfully complex and beautifully well-balanced finale. This is terrific and while the mouthfeel is certainly very refined, the fine but dense tannins will ensure a long life. Textbook CSD. 93-95 Points. Don’t Miss! Allen Meadows, Burghound.com