Domaine Dujac Clos St Denis 2014

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Owner/winemaker Jacques Seysses is known for his detail-oriented practices and passion for producing extraordinary Burgundy wines. He came to the region from Paris in 1966 and bought a small wine domaine in 1968 which he named Domaine Dujac. He has always had the greatest respect for the older generation of winemakers in Burgundy, and manages to blend time honored traditional practices with modern methods when he feels they are warranted.

Dujac is known for a steadfast commitment to exuding the unique terroir of Burgundy. Jacques Seysses regularly employs interns from around the world as he is highly receptive to the exchange of winegrowing and winemaking ideas. Jacques' spouse, Rosalind is an American. Their son, Jeremy, is married to American Diana Snowden Seysses, who grew up in the Napa Valley, studied enology at the University of California at Davis, and interned at wineries in California and France. She met Jeremy while they were both working at Robert Mondavi Winery in 1998. Now she is the enologist and cellarmaster for Dujac. Jeremy grew up in Morey-St.-Denis but spent time in California and was educated in England as well as Dijon. Since 1986, the Domaine has pursued a green approach to viticulture and much of the Domaine's vineyards are farmed organically and biodynamically. The Domaine owns about 37 acres primarily premier cru and grand cru vineyards.
Category Red Wine
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Country France
Region Burgundy
Appellation Cote de Nuits
Brand Domaine Dujac
  • v95

VinousBright ruby-red. Subtle perfume of raspberry, red cherry, rose petal and flinty minerality. Silky on entry, then less sweet and more soil-driven in the mid-palate than the Clos de la Roche. But this impeccably balanced wine boasts an insidiously tactile mouth feel and opens out spectacularly on the back end. Finishes wonderfully juicy and suave, with noble tannins and a sneaky whiplash of flavor. I'd love to try this wine next to the Clos de la Roche again in ten years. 93-95 Drink 2017-2029

Stephen Tanzer
  • bh95

BurghoundA completely different aromatic profile is present here with its notably more elegant and expressive nose of various floral elements that include lavender and rose petal along with various spice and red berry fruit scents. There is a terrific sense of underlying tension to the precise, racy and focused middle weight flavors that are notably finer than those of the Clos de la Roche but at the cost of being notably less powerful. I very much like the superb persistence and fine balance and even though the tannins are quite fine they are also notably dense and as such this too is absolutely going to require plenty of patience. 93-95

Allen Meadows
  • wa90-92

Wine AdvocateThe 2014 Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru has a very refined bouquet with black cherries, boysenberry, a touch of graphite and a touch of sous-bois. The palate is medium-bodied with a crisp acidity, chalky tannin, very tight at the moment, much more saline than the Echézeaux with a brisk finish that just needs to flesh out. This was the one Grand Cru that did not quite meet my expectations, a surprise as it's one of my favourites from Dujac. Perhaps it was just toying with me and will rise phoenix-like in bottle?

Neal Martin, December 2015

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