The Claude Dugat 2015 Gevrey-Chambertin Villages is very promising indeed, offering up a youthful nose of juicy cherry, plum, licorice and grilled meat. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied and multidimensional, with controlled amplitude that transcends its appellation and fine-grained, supple tannins. While this is undeniably powerful, its profile is bright and controlled, and its vibrant acids auger well for a long life. (WK)
A super fresh, cool and admirably pure nose features notes of plum liqueur, earth and subtle spice nuances. There is more volume to the rich, intense and sleek medium-bodied flavors that are at once succulent and seductive, all wrapped in a well-balanced finale.
Deep, bright red-ruby. Black cherry, licorice and violet on the nose; distinctly darker than the Bourgogne. Dense and juicy in the mouth, conveying lovely precision and energy to its sappy cherry and berry flavors. Thick without coming across as weighty, this very promising village wine finishes with noteworthy length and lift. Bertrand Dugat noted that this is the first time the family's village wine has had such a successful balance of fruit and structure. (ST)
There's a hint of cooked fruit on the nose but it's not baked or raisiny. Upfront and juicy, there is sufficient fresh acidity to lift the palate. This has a light touch and considerable finesse. Harmonious. (SB)
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