2015 Domaine du Clos de Tart 'Clos de Tart' Grand Cru Monopole

2015 Domaine du Clos de Tart 'Clos de Tart' Grand Cru Monopole

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A past Wine Access story about 2015 Domaine du Clos de Tart 'Clos de Tart' Grand Cru Monopole

In a Class with Romanée Conti; Parker raved, “It is one of the best I have tasted from this ancient vineyard, so assured and regal, destined to last more than 30 years with ease.”

In a Class with Romanée Conti 97-99-Point Côte de Nuits Collectors’ Prize

In 2015, Domaine du Clos de Tart exploded off the critics’ charts and asserted its world-famous status alongside La Tâche, La Romanée-Conti, La Grand Rue, and La Romanée — the five Grand Cru monopoles in Burgundy. “It is one of the best I have tasted from this ancient vineyard, so assured and regal, destined to last more than 30 years with ease, declared Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, tacking on a 97-99 point score. That is exactly the same score as Domaine de la Romanée Conti “Romanée Conti Grand Cru,” which will set you back around $15,000 per bottle. If there is one Grand Cru red Burgundy you collect from the exceptional 2015 vintage, it should be this Clos de Tart. The estate’s production is limited to one ton per acre or less, making this an incredibly rare allocation of four cases. We’ve set those 48 bottles aside for an exclusive group of Wine Access clients, available pre-release. A once-in-a-blue-moon shot at a majestic Côte de Nuits Grand Cru monopole on the brink of perfection.

Clos de Tart, like its fellow Grand Cru monopoles, has an unrivaled reputation for quality. The Mommessin family acquired exclusive control in the 1930s, making them just the third owner the property has ever seen since Bernardine nuns founded the estate in 1141. The stone-walled boundaries of the hallowed 18.6-acre vineyard have never changed.

2015 the highest rated vintage in Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate since the equally great 2010 and 2005 vintages was hailed by Vinous as “one of the half-dozen top vintages for red Burgundy of the past generation.”  

The historic clos lies mid-slope, the terroir transforming as it descends from thinner, marl-rich soil above to shallower, limestone land below. Ancient, low-yield vines, up to 100 years in age and 60 on average, are both cane- and spur-pruned to reduce vigor. Extensive soil studies conducted under Pitiot allow the team to hand-pick and vinify the fruit of each parcel individually, before they are reassembled in a final, meticulously crafted blend. For Burgundy collectors, this is a prize with few equals.

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