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This has that interesting just turned earth, forest floor and humus character that some Gevrey-based wines display that adds plenty of breadth to the very fresh red currant and dark berry suffused nose. There is fine richness and volume to the delicious, intense and muscular broad-shouldered flavors that possess very fine depth on the balanced and lingering finish where the supporting tannins are dense but fine. This is better than it usually is and this is one of the wines in the Rousseau stable that has shown marked improvement over the last few vintages. Score: 91-93 Points; Tasted: Jan 2015; Drink: 2025+; Issue: 57; Allen Meadows -

The 2013 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru has an understated, elegant bouquet with fine delineation: bright redcurrant and pomegranate both vying for attention. The palate is underpinned by supremely fine tannins (borrowed from Clos-de-B├Ęze!) and very well-judged acidity. This is just a little angular for a Charmes-Chambertin at the moment, but that will harmonize by the time it is in bottle. Score: 92-94 Points; Tasted: Dec 2014; Drink: 2018-2035; Issue: 216; Neal Martin -


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