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2003 Dugat Py Charmes Chambertin Futures 750ML

2003 Dugat Py Charmes Chambertin Futures 750ML

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Wine Spectator Score: 95
Wine Advocate Score: 95
Vinous Score: 94

Country: France
Region: Burgundy
District: Gevrey Chambertin
Type: Still Wine
Color: Red
Varietal: Burgundy
Vintage: 2003

Futures Item: Yes
Available: 2
Brand: See more from Domaine Dugat Py (Bernard)
Sku: 14297
Price: $400.00


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Saturated ruby-red. Wonderfully pure aromas of blackberry, minerals and flowers. Lush and silky but less sweet and open than the Petite Chapelle. But the flavors are bright and floral, even a bit youthfully grapey. Builds inexorably on the back half, finishing with substantial, thoroughly ripe tannins. Here's a 2003 that really calls for six to eight years of cellaring. One-third of Dugat's vines are in Mazoyeres. Bright medium ruby. Knockout nose melds black- and blueberry, iron, leather, flowers and chocolatey oak. Wonderfully sweet and lush in the mouth, but with ripe, harmonious acidity and firm minerality leavening the wine's substantial volume. Quite primary for the vintage despite its breadth and lushness of texture. Finishes with very fine tannins and strong chocolatey persistence. - Stephen TanzerMarch/April 2006
This modern-style red Burgundy is supple and concentrated, exhibiting black cherry and cassis, with hints of tobacco and spices. The dense tannins provide support, and it seems to be shutting down, but the finish is packed with sweet fruit. 20 cases imported. Drink: 2009 - 2030. -Wine Spectator
Boisterous aromas of spices and waxy black cherries galore burst from the glass of the 2003 Charmes-Chambertin. Its fabulously oily texture combined with its power, concentration, and length make this rich, expansive beauty a delight to taste. Myriad spices are intermingled with red and black fruits in its sensual, long character. Drink: 2005 - 2015. - Robert Parker Wine Advocate Issue 160

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