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2019 Domaine Dujac Bonnes Mares Grand Cru

BurgundyRedFeatured WinesHighly RecommendInternationalPrivate Cellar

$ 2200.00 AUD


Produced from two parcels of vines, one on the heavier red clay soils of Bonnes Mares and the another on the chalky white soil at the top of the slope. The blend is a wine of superb elegance and balance, with notes of cassis and spice on the attack. Although the wine is made using only whole clusters, the ripeness of the stems and the care in the winemaking give density, but not at the expense of finesse. Marvellous. Drinking Window 2029 - 2049

Region - Burgundy

Type - Red

Year - 2019

Winery - Burgundy

Grape - Pinot Noir

Volume - Standard - 750ml

About the wine

Tasting notes

Unwinding in the glass with scents of rose petals, violet and iris petal infusing the mixture of orange rind, red and blue fruits and sweet soil tones. Medium to full-bodied, bright, mineral and tightly wound with very supple tannins, beautifully judged acidity with an irresistible silky finish that lingers in the mouth. The only missing ingredient is time!

Wine descriptors

Captivating and Complex, Elegant and Fine, For the Cellar, Something Special, Vibrant and Exciting

Fruit aromas & flavour

Cherries, Citrus, Dark Berries, Plum, Red Berries

Other aromas & flavour

Earth, Florals, Minerality, Spices

Body type




Food pairings





Red Meat







Spicy Foods

Cured Meats


Expert review

A slightly riper nose is still quite fresh with its aromas of poached plum, violet, rose petal and gentle earth wisps. There is excellent verve to the delineated and tautly muscular broad-shouldered flavors that possess an intrinsic sweetness on the wonderfully complex and superbly long finish that is less austere than usual. With that said, I suspect that this may well shut down once it is in bottle. A potentially great BM. *Burghound Don't Miss!*

Allen Meadows - Burghound

The Grape

Pinot Noir

Pinot noir (French: [pino nwaʁ]) is a red-wine grape variety whose name roughly translates to describe the tight clusters of a pine cone. Its home is France's Burgundy region, particularly Côte-d'Or. It is also planted in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, northern parts of Croatia, Czech Republic, England, the Republic of Georgia, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Hungary, Kosovo, the Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, New Zealand, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland, Ukraine, United States, and Uruguay.

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