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Domaine Moine-Hudelot, 'Clos de Vougeot' Grand Cru 1987

Trying to understand Burgundy without extensive wine knowledge must feel like trying to appreciate a Jackson Pollock painting if you’re color blind. The vineyard names, the classification system, the years, the prices, and of course the names of the wineries, all make it so one wine can be great, and another that is seemingly identical can be trash. It’s a puzzle (or a splatter painting) of details, that come together to make the best wines in the world.
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Here's what you should know about it:
  • The winery is called Daniel Hudelot Moine. Much like “Ray's Original Pizza," "Famous Ray's Pizza," and "World-Famous Original Ray's Pizza," there are lots of Hudelots and Moines in Burgundy. Daniel made old-school, high-quality wines. Another Le Moine, na
  • Clos de Vougeot is ranked as one of the top vineyards in Burgundy. It’s a Grand Cru. There’s a church there where professional wine drinkers are knighted and Burgundy’s finest get married.
  • 1987 is a good era for Burgundy. It’s a time when there were improvements in technology in farming. Some of the best wines to drink right now are from 1980-1991.
Things we actually said...

“Drinking a great Red Burgundy with age is the wine equivalent of sitting behind home plate at a baseball game. For those of us that don’t ‘get’ baseball enough to actually enjoy anything other than the hotdogs and beer, with those seats, you’ll actually believe it’s a wonderful sport. This is one of those wines that is special like that: even if you don’t ‘get’ wine, you’ll find this one to be worthy of a selfie.”

—Grant Reynolds, Founder of Parcelle Wine
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