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2007 Domaine Dujac Clos Saint-Denis
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About Domaine Dujac

The story of Domaine Dujac began with the ambition of Jacques Seysses, the son of a biscuit manufacturer. Jacques never wanted to follow in his father's footsteps, however; his sights were set on making wine.

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2007 Domaine Dujac Clos Saint-Denis

Producer: Domaine Dujac
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Pinot Noir
Origin: France
Region: Burgundy
Appellation: Cote de Nuits

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92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - March/April 2010

($210) Palish medium red. Refined aromas of candied red fruits, rose petal, minerals, herbs and spices; very Clos-Saint-Denis. Juicy, pure and understated on the palate, with a subtle perfume to the flavors of wild strawberry, raspberry, flowers and spices. Not the last word in depth but finishes with captivating floral persistence.

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About Burgundy

The finest red and white wines of Burgundy set the standard for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. At their best, Burgundy wines are the world's most aromatically complex, silky, and seductive wines, thanks to their ineffable combination of fruits, flowers, minerals, and earth, and their ability to project flavor authority without excess weight. But first-rate Burgundies are produced in limited quantities. Burgundy is a minefield for the...
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Pinot Noir

Adored by critics, prized by collectors, Pinot Noir is one of most tantalizing yet temperamental varietals in the world. For many wine enthusiasts, this is part of the appeal of Pinot -- it doesn't reveal its charms easily. Pinot Noir's virtue also stems from the unique characteristics of the grape. The skins are especially delicate, which accounts for the lighter color and body of finished wine. But, despite the delicacy, the best wines have excellent backbone and...
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