Domaine Rene Bouvier Marsannay Clos du Roy 2019

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Deep ruby color with black cherry fruit nose. Open palate with an attack that draws you in. One of the world’s most versatile grapes that pairs well with just about any dish. This wine is the perfect complement to red meat served rare, duck, pigeon, beef prepared simply, without too much sauce but rather a light, spicy gravy, veal kidneys with cumin and red onion gravy, and also venison or ostrich with a chocolate reduction, or beef tenderloin in a pastry crust with mushrooms and meat juices.

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N/Apts BURGHOUND.com– 2015 vintage

FOR THE 2015 VINTAGE
The rich, velvety and mouth coating middle weight flavors exhibit the most minerality of any of the Marsannay entries and it adds a subtle sense of lift to the firm but not especially austere or rustic finale. This offers very good if not truly exceptional quality.

N/Apts The Wine Advocate– 2015 vintage

FOR THE 2015 VINTAGE
The 2015 Marsannay Clos du Roy, matured in 25% new oak, has a punchy, slightly rustic bouquet: brambly red berry fruit, undergrowth and a touch of strawberry jam. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin. It should give modest drinking pleasure over the next 4-5 years.

N/Apts The Wine Advocate– 2016 vintage

FOR THE 2016 VINTAGE
The 2016 Marsannay Clos du Roy, which comes from 70-year-old vines, has a pleasant blackberry and blueberry-scented nose, moderate delineation, a little tinniness in the background. The palate is medium-bodied with a firm structure on the entry, quite masculine in style with plenty of freshness.

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Domaine Rene Bouvier Marsannay Clos du Roy 2019

Winery

Region

Appellation

Type

Varietal

Vineyard Size

Soil

Vineyard Orientation

Average Age of Vines

Farming Practice

Maturation

Vintage

Deep ruby color with black cherry fruit nose. Open palate with an attack that draws you in. One of the world’s most versatile grapes that pairs well with just about any dish. This wine is the perfect complement to red meat served rare, duck, pigeon, beef prepared simply, without too much sauce but rather a light, spicy gravy, veal kidneys with cumin and red onion gravy, and also venison or ostrich with a chocolate reduction, or beef tenderloin in a pastry crust with mushrooms and meat juices.

Label

Shelf Talker

Tech Sheet

N/Apts BURGHOUND.com– 2015 vintage

FOR THE 2015 VINTAGE
The rich, velvety and mouth coating middle weight flavors exhibit the most minerality of any of the Marsannay entries and it adds a subtle sense of lift to the firm but not especially austere or rustic finale. This offers very good if not truly exceptional quality.

N/Apts The Wine Advocate– 2015 vintage

FOR THE 2015 VINTAGE
The 2015 Marsannay Clos du Roy, matured in 25% new oak, has a punchy, slightly rustic bouquet: brambly red berry fruit, undergrowth and a touch of strawberry jam. The palate is medium-bodied with grainy tannin. It should give modest drinking pleasure over the next 4-5 years.

N/Apts The Wine Advocate– 2016 vintage

FOR THE 2016 VINTAGE
The 2016 Marsannay Clos du Roy, which comes from 70-year-old vines, has a pleasant blackberry and blueberry-scented nose, moderate delineation, a little tinniness in the background. The palate is medium-bodied with a firm structure on the entry, quite masculine in style with plenty of freshness.

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