Clos Marey-Monge 2013
Score: Silver medal; 90 / 100 Points
2016 Decanter World Wine Awards
Judged by a choice selection of some of the most celebrated wine experts, the Decanter World Wine Awards is the largest and most influential wine competition in the world.
To win a Bronze, Silver or Gold medal in the competition is to know that you are ranked with some of the very greatest wines available on the planet.
Moment in the Sun: Clos Marey-Monge 2013 features in the August edition contains the winners of the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards
Every August, more than 15,000 entries compete for a place on the winner's podium with the Platinum award for "Best in Show" going to the cream of the crop.
The results provide a comprehensive list of wine recommendations that come with a highly prestigious seal of approval and international recognition.
To cap off what was already a great vintage, we are proud to announce that the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards awarded Clos Marey-Monge 2013 with 90 / 100, a score that means we attain the highly coveted Silver trophy.
Upon learning results, the team at Château de Pommard were delighted. "To be awarded with a Silver certificate is validation of Emmanuel's dedication and hard work in the vineyard. Congratulations to him and his team," announced Michael Baum, proprietor.
It's Official: The certificate for the award-winning Clos Marey-Monge 2013
"'Wine is sunlight, held together by water.' The poetic wisdom of the Italian physicist, philosopher, and stargazer, Galileo Galilei. It all begins with the soil, the vine, the grape. The smell of the vineyard - like inhaling birth. It awakens some ancestral, some primordial... anyway, some deeply imprinted, and probably subconscious place in my soul."
Steven Spurrier, Chairman of the 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards
Our Tasting Note – Luminous Ruby Glow!
"Clos Marey-Monge 2013 continues to be highly rated and reviewed. Little wonder, considering the gifts on display. It's the waves of fresh roses that come first, evolving into fragrant woody tones, supported second by sweet spices, dark grapes and a subtle pulse of cinnamon. The palate expresses lots of ripe fruit combined with damp earth and walnuts, smells that point to several years of ageing. Firm and dense in strucuture, with velvety tannins shining through the dark ruby glow, Clos Marey-Monge 2013's medium body and high acidity offer remarkable complexity and an endless, persistent length. Give it a few years to find its time to shine, 2019 will be fine."