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94-96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2015 Chambertin Grand Cru has a composed and harmonious, assured bouquet with mineral-driven red berry fruit, a touch of undergrowth and chalk emerging with time. The palate is medium-bodied with fine, quite firm tannin. This is a conservative, correct Chambertin with superb structure, real density and assertiveness towards the finish. Will it develop the personality of the Mazis-Chambertin? Still, this represents an impressive Chambertin from Jadot that will give 20-30 years of pleasure.
93-96 points Allen Meadows - Burghound
This too is overtly floral with a breathtaking array of lilac, lavender, rose petal and violet scents adding both breadth and elegance to the array of red currant, plum, spice and forest floor scents. The suave, round and highly seductive broad-shouldered flavors possess superb mid-palate concentration before terminating in a hugely long, sappy and almost painfully intense finish where hints of mocha and warmth can be discerned. This is a serious and youthfully brooding Cham that is also going to require a very long stay in a cold cellar; in short, this is a ‘buy and forget’ wine. (93-96)/2035+
91-94 points Vinous
(not Jadot's vinification): Medium red. Pure but reticent aromas of black cherry, licorice and herbs. Juicy, penetrating and tightly wound, displaying lovely clarity but not quite the give or lift of the amazing Chapelle. Today the wine's intense dark cherry and berry flavors are a bit cut off by its tannins, giving the finish a distinctly firm edge. This extremely backward wine will need a good decade of bottle aging. (1/2017)
Gevrey Chambertin is the most northern of the great communes of the Côte de Nuits. There are 26 Premiers Crus and 8 Grands Crus. Half of the Premiers Crus surrounds the Grands Crus (near Morey) ; the other half faces the north (near La Combe de Lavaux), with calcareous and clayey soils. The origin of "Chambertin" comes from one of the owners whose name was Bertin and who had the idea to plant vineyards close to the "climat" used by monks. "Chambertin" comes from "Champ de Bertin"
The Chambertin vineyard is situated on a chalky soil in the depth and clayey at the surface, which makes the wine both powerful and round. This wine is fermented in vats for 3-4 weeks and aged 18-20 months in oak barrels.
In its youth the Chambertin has a very coloured robe (garnet red), which becomes crimson, copper, when ageing. Meaty, strong, full of tannins, generous with liquorice and undergrowth aromas. It takes a long time to get opened and needs several years to find its identity.
It will perfectly match game and mushrooms.
This wine is excellent to be kept, it will be possible to keep it during 20 years, or more following the vintages, in perfect conditions of moisture and temperature.