2014 Vosne Romanee les Brulees
By Domaine Meo-Camuzet
2014 Vosne-Romanée Les Brûlées from Domaine Méo-Camuzet, Burgundy, France
The illustrious 2014 vintage from Domaine Méo-Camuzet represents a Burgundian tour de force, epitomised by the Vosne-Romanée Les Brûlées. This vintage encapsulates a unique chapter in the domaine's narrative, distinctly portraying the interplay between a sophisticated terroir and an astute winemaking ethos.
Refinement and Precision: The Pilars of Investment
Domaine Méo-Camuzet, undeniably standing as one of the most reputable names in Burgundy, presents an exquisite investment opportunity with the 2014 Vosne-Romanée Les Brûlées. The 2014 vintage narrates a story of triumph over challenging climatic conditions, a testament to the resilience and adaptability of this esteemed domaine.
An Ode to Elegance: The 2014 Mark
The crescendo of the summer's radiant warmth reverberated well into September of 2014, endowing the grapes with a sublime maturity that is seamlessly exhibited in the glass. The Vosne-Romanée Les Brûlées distinguishes itself through its adroit balance, expressing a pantheon of red fruits interwoven with an earthy minerality - characteristics emblematic of Vosne-Romanée's noble terroir.
On the palate, this wine unfolds with velvety tannins and an intricate layering of flavours ranging from ripe cherries to whispers of spice and violet. It maintains an enigmatic tension between power and elegance, culminating in a lingering finish that captivates even the most discerning of palates.
In summary, the essence of the 2014 vintage at Domaine Méo-Camuzet is not merely found in its composition but in its ability to converse with time. Each sip reflects an evolving narrative - one steeped in Burgundian tradition and opulence. For investors and collectors alike, securing allocations of this consummate exposition of viniculture is to be embraced enthusiastically.
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Scores and tasting notes
The 2014 Vosne Romanée 1er Cru Aux Brûlées has a stately, well defined and composed bouquet that opens nicely in the glass. Think of a duchess walking into a ballroom. The palate is medium-bodied with a saline entry. This is clearly nicely composed with good structure, finely balanced with a chalky textured finish that lingers in the mouth. This is a serious Aux Brûlées from Jean-Nicolas Méo.
Neal Martin - The Wine Advocate, 30 December 2015