Why you should buy Meo Camuzet Bourgogne Red 2012?
This wine is made in the style of cru according to the methods and wisdoms they have learnt from their 2.5 hectares of grands Crus and 8 hectares of some of the finest Premier Cru vineyards of Nuits-St-Georges and Vosne-Romanée. This wine is selling at dirt cheap, entry-level prices.
Grapes are from Meo Camuzet’s parcels in Vosne Romanée and Flagey, and also from plots made up mostly of old vines. Yet Meo Camuzet Bourgogne Red 2012 is selling at surprisingly low prices.
This wine with excellent fruit, structural definition and terroir characteristics. This wine shares the Meo Camuzet characteristics of freshness, structure, and power. Any rusticity or earthiness by incorporating 'Villages' wines, which bring a touch of elegance to the whole. So, Meo Camuzet Bourgogne Red 2012 is easy to drink and energetic.
In our research, there are always 3 common denominators in describing Meo Camuzet Bourgogne Red 2012: great value, juicy and earthy. Method is summarized as follows. Generous fruit with destemming; structure and finesse with cooling of wines to 15C for pre-fermentation; 20 to 32 C for fermentation; mild pump-over 2 times only per day; more aged oak than new oak for complexity. There is no insistence on extraction. All organic and no anti-rotting.
Also relevant to your understanding about this wine is tasting note often quoted, ‘Mid-weight and vibrant, this 2012 Bourgogne Rouge offers fistfuls of juicy red and black fruit, a dusting of cocoa and spices, and a good handful of earth. Silky tannins and a nicely extended finish complete the profile of this value-conscious entry-level wine.’ Score is CT88.
You drink Henri Jayer and Louis Latour, do you? Meo Camuzet had been selling grapes to these 2 companies In the past.