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Thread: TN: Musigny Vieilles Vignes 1990, Comte de Vegue, bottle No. 00099

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    cwdjrxyz Guest

    Default TN: Musigny Vieilles Vignes 1990, Comte de Vegue, bottle No. 00099

    I bought 3 bottles of Musigny Vieilles Vignes 1990, Comte de Vegue at
    auction shortly after release and have stored it properly. This is my
    first bottle of it or any top 1990 red Burgandy to open. There were no
    cork or other issues.

    The wine is still young, but quite ready to drink. It likely will
    develop a bit more complexity with 10 or 20 more years of proper
    storage. It still shows nearly no evidence of age around the rim, and
    the color is still deep for a red Burgandy. It has an intense, clean
    bouquet and taste of dark and red fruit with hints of flowers and
    spices. The tannins are fairly soft and under control. I rate it near
    the top of red Burgandy I have had at this stage of development. I
    also have some of the 1988 which I have given tasting notes here in
    the past. It has matured considerably more slowly than the 1990, but
    the 1988 could equal or exceed the 1990 with 10 to 20 more years of
    age.

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    Bi!! Guest

    Default Re: TN: Musigny Vieilles Vignes 1990, Comte de Vegue, bottle No. 00099

    On Dec 3, 6:37*am, cwdjrxyz <spamtr...@cwdjr.info> wrote:
    > I bought 3 bottles of Musigny Vieilles Vignes 1990, Comte de Vegue at
    > auction shortly after release and have stored it properly. This is my
    > first bottle of it or any top 1990 red Burgandy to open. There were no
    > cork or other issues.
    >
    > The wine is still young, but quite ready to drink. It likely will
    > develop a bit more complexity with 10 or 20 more years of proper
    > storage. It still shows nearly no evidence of age around the rim, and
    > the color is still deep for a red Burgandy. It has an intense, clean
    > bouquet and taste of dark and red fruit with hints of flowers and
    > spices. The tannins are fairly soft and under control. I rate it near
    > the top of red Burgandy I have had at this stage of development. I
    > also have some of the 1988 which I have given tasting notes here in
    > the past. It has matured considerably more slowly than the 1990, but
    > the 1988 could equal or exceed the 1990 with 10 to 20 more years of
    > age.


    Interesting. I have a couple of bottles of Vogue Musigny VV 1990 that
    have serial numbers under 100 also.

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