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    2h
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    now to 2030

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An intensely floral and equally cool yet notably ripe and far-reaching nose speaks of wild red berry fruit aromas that are liberally laced with humus, spice, earth and pungent undergrowth nuances. There is perhaps even more minerality present on the highly energetic and flat out painfully intense flavors that possess truly formidable size and weight with superb mid-palate concentration. The palate staining finish is explosively long yet as with all of the very finest Burgundies, this delivers all of this focused power with seemingly no undue weight, indeed if anything this is light on its feet. This mind-blowing effort is a potential monument in the making but it is so massively structured that it will be pointless to open a bottle before 20 years is up.

Score: 98 Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (45), January 2012

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The Story

Côte de Nuits in the year 640 AD as a monastic property. In 1219 it passed to the canons of Langres, who retained ownership until the Revolution of 1789. The name Chambertin has been used since the 13th century and once shared imperial approval with Clos de Bèze - Napoleon would drink nothing else. Its boundaries have not changed since the Middle Ages. In recognition of their similarity, the 7 " Climats " adjoining those of Chambertin and Clos de Bèze attach the name Chambertin to their own names (except in the case of Clos de Bèze where the name Chambertin comes first). Grand Cru status was officially granted on 31 July 1937.

This hill-slope lies on hard rocks. On the upper portion are brown soils, partly alluvial, partly scree, and some tens of centimetres deep. Lower down are clay-limestone soils in varying proportions. Up-slope, the rocks are of bathonien origin, lower down the marls and limestones belong to the Jurassic (Bajocian) and numerous marine fossils are to be found on the surface, recalling the sea which covered this area some 150 million years ago. 

The Grands Crus of Gevrey-Chambertin are iconic Pinot Noir wines ; powerful, virile, complex and intense. They demand equally complex, hightoned dishes to keep the pairing in balance. Feathered game (grilled or, better still, in wine sauce) will, of course, be a worthy companion. The power of the wine's tannins will withstand the shock of contrasting textures while its aromatic complexity and above all its opulence will bring out the differences. Roast lamb in gravy, chicken in red wine sauce, glazed poultry, and rib steak will also benefit from the match, not forgetting soft-centred cheeses which will get strong support from the wine's power and aromatic persistence.
Serving temperature : 15 to 16 °C.

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Beaune, Burgundy

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