More Vintages and Sizes of Georges Roumier - Chambolle-Musigny:
Author: Allen Meadows
(Note: contains some premier cru juice from Fuees) In contrast to the funky nose of the Bourgogne, this is quite fresh and bright with high-toned and very Chambolle-like red berry fruit and wet stone aromas that lead to lacy, pure and refined middle weight flavors that are the epitome of finesse and harmony. A lovely villages.
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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 161
Medium red. Ripe raspberry and chocolate on the nose and palate. Plush, pliant and sweet; wonderfully full, seamless and creamy for village wine. Finishes with smooth, chocolatey tannins and excellent length. Christophe Roumier compared his 2009s to his 1990s, saying that he believed the wines would "build up new flavors with aging." He told me that he wouldn't broach even this village offering for a few years.
Author: Antonio Galloni
The 2009 Chambolle-Musigny comes across as quite ripe and racy next to the 2010. Flowers, sweet spices and licorice add lovely complexity to the super-ripe dark red fruit. The Chambolle impresses for its balance and soft, inviting finish.
Author: Bruce Sanderson
A delicate, silky red, evoking floral, strawberry and raspberry flavors. There's just enough structure to keep this focused and long, with refined tannins on the finish.
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