Armand Rousseau 2015 Chambertin

Armand Rousseau 2015 Chambertin
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Region: Burgundy, France

Blend: 100% Pinot Noir

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Armand Rousseau's 2015 Chambertin emanates a deep, garnet-red color, hinting at its profound concentration and maturity. The nose is greeted with a captivating bouquet, where ripe red fruits dance harmoniously with hints of earthy spices and floral undertones. On the palate, this wine showcases its regal stature with a commanding presence. It is robust and full-bodied, yet impeccably balanced, with firm tannins providing structure and depth. Layers of complexity unfold with each sip, revealing notes of dark chocolate, licorice, and a medley of small red fruits. The finish is enduring and persistent, leaving a lasting impression of its noble origins and exceptional quality. Chambertin from Armand Rousseau is indeed the wine of kings, exuding masculinity, power, and unparalleled elegance.

Robert Parker - 98 Points

"Tasted blind, the 2015 Chambertin Grand Cru confirms its status as one of the wines of the vintage—and as the unequivocal highlight of Rousseau's 2015 portfolio. Aromas of sweet red-black fruits, candied peel and cedar mingle with nuances of grilled meats and raw cocoa in a complex bouquet, with a touch of oak vanillin emerging with aeration. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied, deep and immensely layered, with succulent acids, supple and fine-grained tannins and an exceptionally long finish. Despite its aromatic and textural drama, it remains controlled and quintessentially elegant."

Antonio Galloni - 98 Points

"The 2015 Chambertin Grand Cru has a very sensual, pure bouquet that blooms with red cherries, red currant jus, crushed stone and a touch of sous-bois, all exquisitely defined and pixelated to the nth degree. The palate is extremely well balanced, offering fine, saturated tannin, a killer line of acidity and a precise, mineral-soaked, persistent finish that feels effortless. Stunning. Tasted blind at the annual Burgfest tasting."