Méo-Camuzet is one of the top producers in Côte d'Or, located in Vosne-Romanee and nowadays has excellent holdings not only in Richebourg and Cros Parantoux but also spread across Nuits-St-Georges, Corton, and Marsannay. Jean-Nicolas Méo and Christian Faurois together manage the vineyards and consistently produce remarkable wine, known to make big and rich, concentrated reds with the obvious influence of oak. Their wine may take time to evolve and connoisseurs who are patient to cellar their wines will be rewarded with full enjoyment from these beauties. Back-vintage Méo-Camuzet wines are not easily found in the market nowadays so the best way to explore Meo’s style is to buy them once they are released.
Today we have Méo-Camuzet's Vosne-Romanée 2018 to offer at just HK$890 per bottle. Neal Martin commented that this "has a finely tuned bouquet of red currant and raspberry preserve aromas, the 40-50% new oak nicely integrated". Ready to drink now -
Domaine Méo-Camuzet Vosne-Romanée 2018 HK$890 per bottle 12 bottles available, ETA 4-6 weeks
88-90pts Neal Martin The 2018 Vosne-Romanée Village has a finely tuned bouquet of red currant and raspberry preserve aromas, the 40–50% new oak nicely integrated. The palate is medium-bodied with quite thick tannins that impart weight and density to this village cru. A little salinity toward the finish offers tension, but this is a Vosne that I would give three years in bottle.
Apart from the above, we are pleased to offer the below from stock as well for your consideration (note that Cros Parantoux 2014 is still in transit as indicated in the ETA below) -
Subject to final confirmation. ETA varies as stated above.
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