And #53 picks up where #44 left off. It's the same wine only aged longer. The #44 was aged under flor in barrel for eight months and then, in tank for two years. When #44 was bottled, they saved 3,000 liters and transferred those from tank into barrels that previously held...
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More so than any other in Champagne, Clos des Goisses is notable for its vinous nature. There is the complexity of the world's greatest still wines—just with bubbles.
A bright acidity pulsates through Colin-Morey's 2011s. And in the Corton-Charlemagne this acidity adds a cut and a beguiling fragrance to the grandeur that this Grand Cru offers. Think of an ultra-elegant and intense spine that carries notes of flowers, citrus, stone fruits...
Like everything at Vouette et Sorbée, Blanc d'Argile is deep and saturating yet finely etched and emphatically mineral. Its bold, muscular minerality manifests itself in an intense textural dimension yet it remains agile and finessed. That's the genius of this wine.
Piuze seems to have judged the 2013 vintage impeccably. The wines maintain a snap, a precision and an expertly calibrated ripeness.
The 2010 Steiner Hund is one of the most brilliant examples of the vintage in Austria. 2010 was a cool vintage. The Steiner Hund has an amazingly clear and tension-filled mineral spine.
The 2011 Cordeloux boasts the vintage's clarity and harmony with a beautiful soil-inflected elegance. There's nuanced complexity of smoke, olives, flowers and dark fruits all wrapped around a precise core.