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2015 Domaine Clos de la Chapelle Volnay 1er Cru Clos de la Chapelle

$129.99
John Gilman 94 pts!  The domaine’s flagship wine, the 2015 Clos de la Chapelle monopole is absolutely superb, with a complex nose of cherries, plums, woodsmoke, raw cocoa, a complex base of dark soil tones, hints of cinnamon to come, cedar and a nice touch of smokiness in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, suave and nicely reserved in personality, with a superb core of fruit, outstanding soil inflection, ripe, seamless tannins and lovely grip and length on the tangy, focused and nascently complex finish. This will need a few years longer in the cellar than the very good En Carelle, but it will be the better wine in the fullness of time. The vines here are fifty-five years of age and the 2015 version was raised in twenty percent new oak. This has been a great addition to the top bottlings in Volnay since its inaugural vintage of 2010, but the 2015 Clos de la Chapelle is clearly the finest vintage yet since Mark O’Connell resuscitated this domaine a half dozen years ago. Toute en finesse and superb Volnay! (Drink between 2025 - 2065)

2015 Domaine Clos de la Chapelle Volnay 1er Cru Clos de la Chapelle

2015 Domaine Clos de la Chapelle Volnay 1er Cru Clos de la Chapelle

$129.99
$129.99

John Gilman 94 pts!  The domaine’s flagship wine, the 2015 Clos de la Chapelle monopole is absolutely superb, with a complex nose of cherries, plums, woodsmoke, raw cocoa, a complex base of dark soil tones, hints of cinnamon to come, cedar and a nice touch of smokiness in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, suave and nicely reserved in personality, with a superb core of fruit, outstanding soil inflection, ripe, seamless tannins and lovely grip and length on the tangy, focused and nascently complex finish. This will need a few years longer in the cellar than the very good En Carelle, but it will be the better wine in the fullness of time. The vines here are fifty-five years of age and the 2015 version was raised in twenty percent new oak. This has been a great addition to the top bottlings in Volnay since its inaugural vintage of 2010, but the 2015 Clos de la Chapelle is clearly the finest vintage yet since Mark O’Connell resuscitated this domaine a half dozen years ago. Toute en finesse and superb Volnay! (Drink between 2025 - 2065)