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2019 Domaine Henri Gouges Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Clos des Porrets St. Georges 375ml Eta 5-23-2024

$49.99
2019 Domaine Henri Gouges Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Clos des Porrets St. Georges 375ml Eta 5-23-2024
We have more half-bottles from Gouges, and this time, we are offering the Porret St. Georges with a bit more age in this great format. Gouges is among the top two producers in Nuits—St. Georges, right with Robert Chevillon. The Clos de Porret St. George is a Monopole of the Gouges Domaine located just below the premier cru Les Perrieres and was once an ancient pink limestone quarry. The wines from this vineyard show a lot of finesse and complexity, and it is one of the more underrated premier cru sites of NSG. 2019 is a lovely example that shows some fantastic concentration and complexity while retaining its freshness, acidity, and drive. It's a lovely example from Gouges, and it's always so fun in this small format. This is entering a stage to be approached now, and in this smaller size, it will happen sooner than in 750ml. It's always good to have some half-bottle options in the cellar, and we have low pricing today by $10, making this a great buy for small format Red Burgundy.

 

Jasper Morris 94 pts! Concentrated youthful purple. This was picked in good time with an excellent sense of energy, a deeply concentrated but still fresh fruit. There is massive weight on the palate here, showing the darker fruit of Nuits-St-Georges, yet continuing through to a fine and balanced finish. With the weight of the 2019 vintage this delivers a very classical powerful Nuits.

Neal Martin 93 pts!  The 2019 Nuits Saint-Georges Clos des Porrets-Saint-Georges 1er Cru is very perfumed and quite floral on the nose. Rose petal and iris infuse the red berry fruit, as just a background scent of graphite emerges with time. I am initially smitten by this, though it seems to fade in the glass, sadly. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent tannins. There’s a lovely core of red fruit here, leaning toward Vosne-Romanée in style with a lavish yet controlled, peppery finish that lingers. This is a very well-crafted and delicious wine. Tasted blind at the Burgfest tasting. (Drink between 2026 - 2048)

2019 Domaine Henri Gouges Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Clos des Porrets St. Georges 375ml Eta 5-23-2024

2019 Domaine Henri Gouges Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Clos des Porrets St. Georges 375ml Eta 5-23-2024

$69.99 -29%
$49.99
$69.99 -29%
$49.99

We have more half-bottles from Gouges, and this time, we are offering the Porret St. Georges with a bit more age in this great format. Gouges is among the top two producers in Nuits—St. Georges, right with Robert Chevillon. The Clos de Porret St. George is a Monopole of the Gouges Domaine located just below the premier cru Les Perrieres and was once an ancient pink limestone quarry. The wines from this vineyard show a lot of finesse and complexity, and it is one of the more underrated premier cru sites of NSG. 2019 is a lovely example that shows some fantastic concentration and complexity while retaining its freshness, acidity, and drive. It's a lovely example from Gouges, and it's always so fun in this small format. This is entering a stage to be approached now, and in this smaller size, it will happen sooner than in 750ml. It's always good to have some half-bottle options in the cellar, and we have low pricing today by $10, making this a great buy for small format Red Burgundy.

 

Jasper Morris 94 pts! Concentrated youthful purple. This was picked in good time with an excellent sense of energy, a deeply concentrated but still fresh fruit. There is massive weight on the palate here, showing the darker fruit of Nuits-St-Georges, yet continuing through to a fine and balanced finish. With the weight of the 2019 vintage this delivers a very classical powerful Nuits.

Neal Martin 93 pts!  The 2019 Nuits Saint-Georges Clos des Porrets-Saint-Georges 1er Cru is very perfumed and quite floral on the nose. Rose petal and iris infuse the red berry fruit, as just a background scent of graphite emerges with time. I am initially smitten by this, though it seems to fade in the glass, sadly. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent tannins. There’s a lovely core of red fruit here, leaning toward Vosne-Romanée in style with a lavish yet controlled, peppery finish that lingers. This is a very well-crafted and delicious wine. Tasted blind at the Burgfest tasting. (Drink between 2026 - 2048)