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David Moreau 2011 Clos Rousseau Premier Cru (Santenay) : 92 points
A full-bodied, bold and rich wine that has ripe red
by tannins. It is solid, while also offering freshness and acidity. It’s an impressive wine that needs to age.
Drink from 2017.

David Moreau 2011 Clos des Mouches Premier Cru (Santenay) : 92 points
Sweet and rounded, this is a very satisfying wine. Packed with fruits, ripe strawberry flavor and balanced
acidity, it also has solid tannins to give weight and structure. The fruit, full of juice, hangs from thE
structure, making it round and rich on the finish. Drink from

David Moreau 2010 Côte de Beaune Villages : 90 Points
This is a warm wine with a rounded feel, making it soft and full of red fruits. It features strawberry sweetness as well
as a tighter, more tannic character. It could well age, so wait until 2016.

David Moreau 2010 Clos Rousseau Premier Cru (Santenay) : 91 Points
This wine is perfumed, with delicious notes of plum and spice that are balanced by light tannins and fine,
elegant acids. A touch of mineral marks the finish.

David Moreau 2010 Cuvée S (Santenay) : 89 Points
Named after David Moreau’s mother, Simone, this old
and spicy tannins. The tight acidity gives a delicious lift to the red berry flavors.