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Chapelle Chambertin Vieilles Vignes Perrot-Minot 2016 (750ML)

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Neil Martin

94-96 Points, Neal Martin: "The 2016 Chapelle-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru, which lost half its production due to frost, has quite an intense bouquet with slightly darker fruit than Perrot-Minot's Charmes-Chambertin: raspberry mingling with blackcurrant and blueberry. With aeration in the glass, it becomes quite floral and offers attractive wilted violet petal scents. The palate is medium-bodied with fine-grain tannin. I love the balance and poise of this Chapelle-Chambertin, nothing too extroverted or showy, just all about the tension and the mineralité that comes through on the finish." 12/17

Vinous Media

92-95 Points, Stephen Tanzer, Vinous: "Bright, dark red with ruby highlights. Very rich, deep aromas of small wild dark fruits, tobacco and earth lifted by floral and spicy high notes. Plush, seamless, silky wine offering captivating sweetness and impressive volume without any heaviness. In fact, the dark fruit and savory soil flavors convey a remarkable lightness. The palate-staining, spicy finish leaves the taste buds vibrating." 01/18


97 Points, Tim Atkin MW, 2016 Burgundy Special Report: "Sourced from Pierre Damoy since 2003, but picked when Christophe Perrot-Minot chooses, this Is a 0.5-hectare block of old vines. It's another effortlessly stylish, concentrated red from one of Burgundy's greatest red wine domaines. Heady, scented, ethereal and hedonistic, with succulent red berry fruit, some vanilla spice and an undertow of tannin and acidity which kicks in on the finish. 2026-36"