david duband 2005 morey 1er clos sorbé


2006 David Duband, Morey St.Denis 1er Clos Sorbétry to find this wine...
Medium, medium-plus colour. Wide and high-toned aromatics, meaty and spicy but with more limited depth. Plenty of tannin, but it’s ripe and has a only a little astringency. The rest is well balanced and shows quite classy fruit with good complexity that’s judiciously edged with dark oak. From a density perspective, there’s less material here than many village wines from 2005, but it remains a good wine. Leave a year or two to let the tannins fade…
Rebuy – Yes

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There are 3 responses to “david duband 2005 morey 1er clos sorbé”

  1. Geoff Paisley5th August 2008 at 11:53 pmPermalinkReply

    From the appearance of the cork and how far the wine has travelled along it already, I wouldn’t want to keep it for much longer than that anyway. Incipient cork failure in a year or three unless cellared very, very well by the looks of it!

  2. bill nanson6th August 2008 at 7:30 amPermalinkReply

    The faintest of staining up-to two-thirds of the length of the cork. From every angle it looks okay – I see nothing of real concern to be honest Geoff…

  3. David DJ6th August 2008 at 9:46 amPermalinkReply

    Corks aside has anyone tasted his ’02 Sorbe?? Thanks.

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