2005 camille giroud volnay taillepieds


Camille Giroud Volnay Taillepieds

I remember an apology (many years ago) ‘we only had labels from 2006 left‘ – no problem – it’s the wine that counts – eh?

2005 Camille Giroud, Volnay 1er Taillepieds
The cork broke into two – but had, otherwise, done a good job.
Plenty of (only modestly aged) colour. The nose is big, frank, and inviting – there’s a super depth of concentrated red fruit, topped with floral notes and a subtle anecdote of barrel. Like the nose, the flavour is just so concentrated but with acid-led energy too – fine texture but no fat. Long, direct and highly impressive. Open, but still very youthful. Half of this made it through to day two, and here the concentration and impressive balance remained, but overall the performance was tighter, still direct, but no-longer floral. Potentially great wine – but only if I can keep my hands off my last 2 bottles!
Rebuy – Yes

Agree? Disagree? Anything you'd like to add?

There are 3 responses to “2005 camille giroud volnay taillepieds”

  1. David Lloyd18th July 2019 at 12:52 pmPermalinkReply

    Save one to share in a few years 😀

    • billn21st July 2019 at 12:56 pmPermalinkReply

      The last traces of oak used in elevage…

  2. Tom Blach24th July 2019 at 1:05 pmPermalinkReply

    I’m finding quite a lot of corks, say 2 out of 7, from that period that are prone to breaking on removal. The wines seem unaffected but it saps a bit of confidence in their future.

    • billn24th July 2019 at 4:38 pmPermalinkReply

      Agree completely Tom – and it hardly seems to matter whether it’s a waiter’s friend or a screwpull that’s being used…

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