David Clark’s now 14-year-old Bourgogne…


David Clark 2007 Bourgogne Au Pelson

2007 David Clark, Bourgogne Pinot Noir Au Pelson
A great looking dark/untreated and robust cork.
Plenty of colour. A cushioned width of darker-fruited aroma, oh-so faintly accented with the first impressions of a little more mature complexity – that’s a really great invitation to drink, for a Bourgogne. Silky attack but there‘s concentration here that’s framed with an über-fine tannin that adds a very faint phenolic dryness. Widening towards the finish, properly structured but showing extra floral complexity and just enough sweetness to keep you coming back for another sip – this is the best this wine has ever tasted! Still a young wine, but with a combination of structure and clarity of flavour that’s generally uncommon in 2007s – a great showing.
Rebuy – Yes

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There are 2 responses to “David Clark’s now 14-year-old Bourgogne…”

  1. JEROME Francis Hasenpflug21st April 2021 at 6:07 amPermalinkReply

    Have you been hacked?

  2. Gilberto22nd April 2021 at 2:39 pmPermalinkReply

    His 2010’s are drinking great at the moment. Unfortunately I don’t have anything older than that, but from what you write it sounds like they are wonderful too and with much life left.

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