Comte Georges de VOGÜÉ (Chambolle-Musigny) -- 2014 Tasted from Bottle

My review of these wines tasted in autumn 2015 is here. The wines were bottled beginning in January 2016 with the Chambolle-Musigny through March 2016 for the Musigny. 

Technical director François Millet compares 2014 to 2011 and 2007 in the sense that there was a warm spring followed by a less sunny summer. But as good as those two earlier years were here, this group is on a higher level still.

2014 Chambolle-Musigny
Here we have a different energy from that of the 2015 — it is more pointed and nervous. There is minerality to the dark (especially blackberries) and red fruit. The wine shows excellent length and more precision than the 2015. 93/A

2014 Chambolle-Musigny   1er Cru
Once again, from Musigny vines that are less than 25 years-old. The nose features very fresh blackberry fruit. The mouth shows great freshness with kinetic energy, great depth, and minerality to the dark and red fruits. There’s some tannin here and very good length. 94(+)/A

2014 Bonnes-Mares
The Bonnes-Mares is focused with minerality to its dark and red berry fruits. The wine has concentration but also the finesse of de Vogüé’s Bonnes-Mares plot — there’s markedly less power in this vintage than in the 2015 version of this wine. It’s a wine that will need time to form fully. 94+/A

2014 Musigny   vieilles vignes
Last, the exceptional Musigny displays rose aromas, although the nose is on the whole rather closed at this point. The mouth is intense and concentrated with very mineral dark fruit that is both focused and penetrating. The wine has great freshness and energy, but like all great Musigny, is likely to take twenty years or so to reach its full expression. 97/A+