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Nuits St Georges Les Chaignots Robert Chevillon 2015 (750ML)
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"91-93 Points, Neal Martin, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: ""The 2015 Nuits Saint Georges 1er Cru les Chaignots, a vineyard that I have a soft spot for, has a very pure, nubile, red cherry, crushed strawberry and cassis-tinged bouquet that is utterly seductive. The palate is beautiful: fine tannins, layers of dark cherry, black plum fruit with an almost confit-like finish that has wonderful definition and superb length. It might not possess the sophistication of Les Saint Georges or the Vaucrains, but the bottom line is that it is absolutely delicious."" 12/16"
88-90 Points, Stephen Tanzer, Vinous: "Dark red-ruby. Black raspberry and a suggestion of almost porty chocolatey ripeness on the nose. Then dense and juicy in the mouth, showing very good intensity and a repeating ripe chocolatey quality to its rich dark fruit flavors. Finishes with substantial dusty tannins and an impression of medicinal reserve." 1/17
"90-92 Points, Allen Meadows, Burghound: ""Discreet wood sets off the much spicier aromas of both red and blue pinot fruit, earth and background floral nuances. There is a wonderfully refined and pure mouth feel to the precise, even chiseled medium weight flavors that possess excellent length on the balanced finale. The supporting tannins are quite fine-grained and the overall impression here is one of elegance."" 01/17"
"92+ Points, John Gilman, View from the Cellar: ""The 2015 Chaignots was the one wine to lag a bit finishing up its malolactic fermentation in this vintage, but as it had finished up in April, it was still showing just fine in mid-November. The bouquet is excellent, wafting from the glass in a very pure and sappy blend of red and black cherries, raw cocoa, gamebird, lovely soil tones, violets and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very, very sappy at the core, with fine focus and grip, seamless tannins and a long, pure and succulent finish. Chaignots is always the most forward premier cru in the Chevillon cellars and the 2015 version is going to be simply stunning to drink from a young age! I would still try to leave it alone in the cellar for four or five years and let some of the secondary layers here emerge, but will fully understand if folks want to drink it in its beautiful blush of youth! "" 11/16"