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    Product Details

    Sku 448072
    Country France
    Region Burgundy
    Appellation Cote De Nuits
    Producer Armand Rousseau
    Type Red
    Vintage 2017
    Varietal Pinot Noir
    Volume 750ML

    Chambertin Clos de Beze Armand Rousseau 2017 (750ML)

    In Stock — Zachys NY

    Critics

    Neal Martin Notes
    94-96 Points, Neal Martin, Vinous: "The 2017 Chambertin Clos-de-Bèze Grand Cru is the last wine to be poured as Cyrielle Rousseau mentions how it takes longer to fully absorb the oak. It has a much more introverted bouquet compared to the Chambertin this year and demands much more coaxing. Eventually it reveals brambly dark fruit, Earl Grey and a hint of chestnut. The palate is showing the wood at the moment (as Cyrielle Rousseau had predicted) although there is immense substance here with an almost candied, savoury finish that is going to be intriguing once bottled. It is very persistent...but will it exude the nobility of the Chambertin?" 11/18
    Burghound Notes
    96 Points, Allen Meadows, Burghound: "While the wood treatment is certainly evident it remains reasonably subtle on the overtly cool and restrained nose that is markedly spicy with its broad-ranging combination of exuberantly fresh aromas of dark cherry, raspberry, rose petal, violet, plum and a suggestion of earth. There is excellent power and punch to the large-scaled flavors that are a combination of power and refinement while being blessed with an abundance of sappy dry extract that imparts a seductive quality to the mouthcoating, hugely long and firmly structured and chiseled finish. While the Chambertin appears to have a slight edge at this very early juncture due to having slightly better complexity, it's going to be interesting in 20 to 25 years' time to see which is the better wine!" #77 01/20
    Decanter Notes
    96 Points, Tim Atkin MW, Decanter: "Sumptuously oaked and always poured last in any tasting at Domaine Rousseau, this is riper and plusher than the straight Chambertin bottling, with the power and density to age well, framed by 100% new wood and showing a bloody, ferrous undertone." 11/18

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