To compare with Richebourg 2002 chez @domaine_meo_camuzet with Clos Vougeot 2002 was a great pleasure. This is what fascinate me, I would guess there is about 1000 meters or so from Richebourg to Clos Vougeot, yet differences are dramatic. @domaine_meo_camuzet is a second biggest land owner AT Clos de Vougeot, almost 3he with 1/3 planted in 1920, 1/3 in 1960 and the rest being 20-30 years old located at the foot of a Château. Wine then is matured in 100% new oak which clearly complements this wine typically making a wine capable of ageing, yet wine which can mature over many decades if you so desire.
Much darker then Richebourg with younger aromatics featuring black cherry, plum, cheese cloth, 🥀, flint with hint of farmyard and smoke. Come across much richer and denser then subtle and delicate Richebourg carrying a great combination of density, textured and depth leading to a sumptuous, superbly layered, refreshing ending with partially dissolve tannins and lovely crunchy acidity. Both great, It was lovely side by side comparison which Clos Vougeot coming across younger, in my opinion, it was due to greater concentration and density. I don’t think giving points to this wines make any sense and do them justice at all.