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2015 Chambertin, Armand Rousseau

Côte de Nuits, grand cru

Earliest anticipated arrival is January 2018 help

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$7,829.00 per Magnum (1.5L)


1 Magnum (1.5L)




"The 2015 Chambertin Grand Cru took a while to open in the glass, as it is prone towards. It has a very elegant bouquet once again, the fruit an equal mixture of red and black, a touch of cold flint in the background accompanied by blood orange and satsuma that emerge with time. The palate is blessed with beguiling symmetry and power, counterpoised by the killer line of acidity, leading to a mineral-rich finish that goes on forever. This is another outstanding Chambertin from Rousseau that wine lovers will doubtlessly be fighting over for years to come. And you know what? I wouldn't blame them." Neal Martin, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate #228
(WA, 12/30/2016)

Rating: 97-99
Drink from: 2020-2060

"Dark, bright red with ruby highlights. Crushed black cherry, raspberry and spice aromas are lifted by a pungent floral topnote--"very ripe for this wine," notes Rousseau. At once utterly young and almost exotic, conveying extraordinary intensity and layered texture to its slightly high-toned flavors of raspberry, cherry, pomegranate, licorice and spices. An element of menthol reserve contributes to the wine's impression of brooding energy. Finishes with noble, seamless tannins and slowly mounting, explosive palate-staining length. Almost painful and almost perfect." Stephen Tanzer, Vinous.com
(AG, 01/01/2017)

Rating: 97-99

"Here too there is just enough oak to mention but once again it's not really enough to impair the purity of the distinctly cool and ultra-spicy red currant, underbrush, sandalwood, lilac and plenty of earth. The rich, intense and overtly muscular big-bodied flavors possess a similar level of minerality that is borderline pungent and it informs the explosively long, firm and very serious finish. This notably powerful effort but not really austere effort displays magnificent potential and if it develops its usual degree of complexity over time it should merit the upper end of my projected range. But as structured and firm as it is, I suspect that this will drink well after only 6 to 8 years of age thanks to the incredible abundance of dry extract." Allen Meadows, Burghound.com, Issue 65
(AM, 01/15/2017)

Rating: 95-98
Drink from: 2035+

"100% new oak. Spicy majesty with some dried curry spice to add real interest to the nose. Then lots of rich fruit that fans out on the palate and then quite tight tannins. Oak tannins? Very majestic but a bit devil-may-care. Lots there. Great polish. Very refined. Far from just a blockbuster. Slightly dry end but it actually went on and on." JancisRobinson.com
(JR, 11/10/2016)

Rating: 18++
Drink from: 2032-2055

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