Pommard 2014 - Domaine Coste-Caumartin


This Pommard is a blend of two different parcels, "La Rue au Port" and "Le Village". Nose displays intense aromas of blackcurrant, supported by sweet spices. Attack is firm and fruit is soft on the palate, with rounded tannins giving it a very elegant structure. A beautifully balanced Pinot Noir which will improve over the years. Just try and find such a well-crafted Pommard elsewhere for under £10 and let us know how it goes...

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This Pommard is a blend of two different parcels, "La Rue au Port" and "Le Village". Nose displays intense aromas of blackcurrant, supported by sweet spices. Attack is firm and fruit is soft on the palate, with rounded tannins giving it a very elegant structure. A beautifully balanced Pinot Noir which will improve over the years. Just try and find such a well-crafted Pommard elsewhere for under £10 and let us know how it goes...
 
Wine CharacteristicsWhen & how to drink?
 
Domain: Domaine Coste-Caumartin
Vintage: 2014
Appellation: Pommard
Region: Burgundy
Type: Dry
 
Grape: Pinot Noir
 
 
Drink from 2017 to 2022
Open 2 hours before, ideally decanted
Serve at 15-17°C
 
Food pairing: Lightly spiced or peppered meat dishes (beef, lamb, game...)
 
 Technical stuff
  
Soil: Limestone and stony soils on marl
Age of vines: 42 years old
Yield: 40hl/ha
Harvest: Manual
Ageing: 12 months in oak barrels (15% new oak)
Alcohol: 13%
 
What experts say  
  
88/100 “Beautiful garnet. Characteristic nose recalling plum, sour cherry and a hint of fresh humus. Fairly young palate with pronounced tannins. Firmness on the finish but fruit is already expressive. Burgundy qualities to be confirmed over time. Pair with roast game.”
  

 

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Pommard 2014 - Domaine Coste-Caumartin

Pommard 2014 - Domaine Coste-Caumartin

This Pommard is a blend of two different parcels, "La Rue au Port" and "Le Village". Nose displays intense aromas of blackcurrant, supported by sweet spices. Attack is firm and fruit is soft on the palate, with rounded tannins giving it a very elegant structure. A beautifully balanced Pinot Noir which will improve over the years. Just try and find such a well-crafted Pommard elsewhere for under £10 and let us know how it goes...