Chambertin Clos de Beze 2021 Armand Rousseau

€ 2.795,00 (ohne MwSt.)
3.326,05 (inkl. MwSt.)
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Klassifiziering Cru Classe
Typ Rotwein
Marke Armand Rousseau
Jahrgang 2021
Land Frankreich
Region Burgund, Cotes de Nuits
Traube Pinot Noir
Inhalt 0,75
Zustand Perfekt, Flaschennummer digital entfernt
Label Perfekt
Trinkbar 2030-2050
Vorrat 1

Professionelle Bewertungen

Robert Parker (96)

The most dramatic wine in the cellar is the 2021 Chambertin-Clos de Bèze Grand Cru, a full-bodied, fleshy, enveloping wine that bursts with aromas of sweet cherries, dark berry fruit and plums mingled with notions of licorice, spices and smoked duck. Deep and layered, it concludes with a broad, expansive finish.

Jancis Robinson (18)

Cask sample. Mid-dark ruby. Quite a discreet nose. The fruit is fuller, darker and thicker on the palate than the Chambertin. Less redcurrant, darker red-cherry and forest fruit. This said, it’s less voluble and exuberant than the 2020. Definite cool-year effect.

Burghound (96)

A slightly more deeply colored hue is in keeping with the somewhat riper, and certainly spicier, aromas of both red and dark currant, exotic tea and more prominent floral nuances, all of which is also trimmed in enough wood to mention. The medium weight plus flavors are almost as powerful as those of the Chambertin if not quite so mineral-driven while displaying equally superb length and complexity on the balanced, graceful and compact finale. While qualitatively quite similar to the Chambertin, as is typically the case, these offer two very different expressions.

Jasper Morris (96)

A delicious vibrant crimson purple with a clean, reduction free, nose. Plenty of energy here. This is more linear and less nuanced than the Chambertin, with a greater concentration of fruit on the palate but less detail. Assured and long, yet ultimately I think the Chambertin shows greater class.

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