No wine has moved up in quality more in the last several years chez Mugneret than the Vosne AC, which is now clearly the finest village wine made in the commune and amongst the best village wines in the entire Côte d’Or. The nose on the 2006 is beautiful, as it offers up notes of red and black plums, black raspberry, cocoa, blood orange, lovely minerality, vanilla and a topnote of woodsmoke. On the palate the wine is fullish, long and tangy, with lovely intensity of flavor, impressive complexity, ripe tannins and bouncy acidity on the long, classy finish. I buy a case of this wine every vintage, as I find it one of the best values to be had in all of Burgundy. (Drink between 2012-2030)
Light but pretty and very flirtatious. This vintage seems to have suited this female-run domaine. 17/20 points (JR)
The Mugneret 2006 Vosne Romanee displays the bell-clear, chiseled-edge of fresh red fruits and saline, crystalline minerality for which this estate's wines are justly renowned. Hints of herbal concentrate and of vanilla and caramel from barrel segue nicely into the fruit on a soothingly polished palate, and this finishes with a very sunny, ripe disposition and welcome sense of lift. (DS)
Bright red. Red fruits, minerals and menthol on the slightly medicinal nose. Spicy, lively and tight; showing less fruit today than the 2007 but there's good sweetness here. Finishes with dusty tannins and very good length. (ST)
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