Jean-Jacques Confuron

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  • J.J. Confuron Romanee St Vivant 2019

  • J.J. Confuron Nuits St. Georges Les Chaboeufs 2014


    (in tank awaiting bottling; this was the first vineyard harvested in 2014, with potential alcohol of 13%): Dark red with ruby highlights. Musky aromas of black raspberry, blackberry, dark chocolate and violet show an element of leathery reduction. Very suave and fine-grained; a distinctly silky Vosne-side Nuits-Saint-Georges. Finishes with building but nicely buffered tannins and lingering flavors of dark fruits and licorice.

  • J.J. Confuron Romanee St Vivant 2017

  • J.J. Confuron Chambolle Musigny 2002

    (12.9% alcohol, without chaptalization) Dark red. Ripe aromas of black raspberry and chocolatey new oak. Fat, supple and oaky, with modest cut and flavor definition. Offers good texture but lacks verve for Chambolle. Meunier was getting ready to bottle this early.

  • J.J. Confuron Clos Vougeot

    (“almost 100% new oak) Deep red-ruby. Very ripe plum and chocolate aromas hint at surmaturite Sweet, suave and a bit high-toned in the mouth, with superripe flavors of crushed dark fruits and chocolate. Plenty of density and volume here but this seems almost exaggerated today. The lush tannins arrive late. This is 13.6% alcohol, with a pH of 3.65; the rest of these ’06s are between 3.48 and 3.55. Seems ready to bottle right now.