There are to be two de Montille wines labeled 2005 Vosne Romanee Les Malconsorts, both from parts of that vineyard sold by Liger-Belair to Thomas-Moillard in the same year (1935) that they sold neighboring La Tache to the Domaine de la Romanee-Conti. The “regular” cuvee displays deep plum and black raspberry fruit, vivid spice (cumin, star anise, clove, white pepper), and lily flower. It comes to the palate amazingly dense, sultry, and precociously plush and creamy. The brightness of fruit and tactile intensity of spice linger with chalk and stone mineral suggestions in a finish of exceptional breadth and length. (DS)
A ripe, spicy, elegant and classy black fruit nose deftly merges into a rich, full and stylishly robust flavor profile that possesses ample density and plenty of underlying sap that renders the dusty structure less obvious than it would otherwise be though it's clear that this will firm up considerably once in bottle. A really lovely wine that has everything required to effortlessly age for the next several decades.
Good deep red-ruby. Quite tight on the nose, with a pungent Oriental spice character dominating. Wonderfully dense and sweet, but seems already to be shutting down-or is this still stunned by the bottling? Offers exceptional energy for the year and a deep spice character. The tannins are firm without being hard, and the finish demonstrates superb grip and thrust. (ST)
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