Domaine Dujac

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97
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Domaine Dujac 2009 Pinot Noir (Bonnes-Mares)

  • Cellar Selection
  1. $344

Firm, but so generous and elegant. There is an ethereal perfumed character, along with mineral and earth notes. The tannins are integrating well in this powerful, impressive, ageworthy wine.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
96
points

Domaine Dujac 2009 Clos de la Roche Pinot Noir (Clos de la Roche)

  1. $304

Very opulent, very rich, this is a complex, structured wine packed with fruit and brooding tannins. It is already rich, and will develop into a beautifully intense, concentrated and generous wine.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
96
points

Domaine Dujac 2009 Pinot Noir (Echézeaux)

  1. $280

This beautifully perfumed wine shows structure, dark tannins as well as great charm. The acidity is layered with black fruits and dry tannins. Age for 7–8 years or more.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
95
points

Domaine Dujac 2009 Clos de Saint-Denis Pinot Noir (Clos Saint-Denis)

  1. $304

A very rich wine, showing all the opulence of 2009. Black plums, damsons and wood flavors are already combined and integrated. The acidity in all this richness and power seems low, leaving the tannins to support aging.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
94
points

Domaine Dujac 2009 Les Beaux-Monts Pinot Noir (Vosne-Romanée)

  1. $236

With great richness, almost opulence, great ripe red fruits are folded into a powerful dark structure. The tannins are right up front, long-lasting and very structured. The final acidity offers freshness to a wine that will need aging.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
94
points

Domaine Dujac 2009 Les Malconsorts Pinot Noir (Vosne-Romanée)

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  1. $276

All tannins and black fruits, this is a powerful wine. It is tough, very structured, firm and closed up. The acidity dominates the red fruits on the finish. It has immense promise for the long term.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
94
points

Domaine Dujac 2004 Pinot Noir (Clos de la Roche)

  1. $165

On the northern boundary of Morey Saint-Denis, this vineyard produces wines that show some of the power of neighboring Gevrey-Chambertin. This wine, from the hands of the Seysses family, has all that power; it’s packed with very rich red fruits and layers of acidity, sweet tannins and a delicious, lifted finish. Impressive wine, with an obvious ability to age.

 — R.V.  (3/1/2007)
93
points

Domaine Dujac 2009 Les Combottes Pinot Noir (Gevrey-Chambertin)

  • Cellar Selection
  1. $224

All the proper structure of young Gevrey-Chambertin with the addition of rich, generous fruit. The core is of wood and dry fruit tannins, the fruit of rich black plum juice. At this stage, the wine is firm. Give it 5–6 years to open up.

 — R.V.  (9/1/2011)
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