Armand Rousseau 2010 Chambertin

Armand Rousseau 2010 Chambertin
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Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

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Armand Rousseau's 2010 Chambertin presents itself with a captivating allure, boasting a deep and alluring hue that hints at its richness. On the nose, it reveals an intricate tapestry of aromas, with layers of ripe dark fruits, such as black cherries and plums, intertwined with hints of earth, forest floor, and exotic spices. The palate is a masterpiece of balance and complexity, with velvety tannins providing structure to the wine's luscious fruit flavors. There's a sense of depth and concentration that unfolds with each sip, leading to a long and lingering finish that leaves a lasting impression. This Chambertin exemplifies the excellence of its terroir and the mastery of its winemaking craft, promising years of evolution and enjoyment for those fortunate enough to experience it.

Robert Parker - (95-97) Points

"The 2010 Chambertin is exceptional for its polish and sheer elegance. Nothing in particular stands out, instead the Chambertin impresses for its fabulous overall sense of harmony. The integration of fruit, tannin and oak is beyond impeccable. Silky tannins wrap around a finish laced with dark red berries, licorice and sweet spices."

Antonio Galloni - 98+ Points

"Medium red, a bit less saturated than the Clos de Beze. Pungent aromas of wild red berries, smoke, earth, iron and wild herbs. Almost shockingly silky in the mouth, but with crushed-stone minerality lending force to the blackberry, licorice and earth flavors. Incredibly sappy but edge-free wine with an explosive, endless finish that titillates the salivary glands. Longer than the Clos de Beze but that wine is a bit sweeter today, with darker, more exotic flavors. This Chambertin is not yet showing its flesh but if it puts on weight with extended bottle aging, which I expect it to do, it may eventually merit a perfect score. A monument of the vintage."