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2010 Armand Rousseau Pere et Fils - Gevrey-Chambertin Clos St Jacques 1er Cru Pinot Noir - France - Burgundy - Cote de Nuits - Gevrey Chambertin - Red - Premier Cru

France - Burgundy - Cote de Nuits - Gevrey Chambertin

Red Pinot Noir - Premier Cru
Producer Notes

Founded just over one hundred years ago, Domaine Armand Rousseau is a family run winery considered amongst the best in Burgundy. Rousseau owns some of the most prestigious plots in Gevrey-Chambertin, and the resulting wines present the perfect distillation of the time-honored traditional methods of winemaking in Burgundy. The formula is simple - superb vineyards plus old vines plus low yields.... More »

IWC 95+
BH 94
WA 95-97
Drink Dates
WA: 2025-2045
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750ml $780.00

BH 94
Source Burghound
Issue 49
Drink Dates 2022+

Discreet and well-integrated wood frames wonderfully fresh, airy, refined and beautifully complex aromas of red currant, warm earth, stone, crushed herbs and spice hints. The excellent depth of the nose continues onto the equally cool and brilliantly refined mineral-inflected medium-bodied flavors that possess outstanding depth of material and simply stunning length. While there have been many great vintages of Clos St. Jacques since 1955, it's at least possible the 2010 version could match some of the very best of them. I stress however that lots of patience will be required because even though the nose is presently still expressive, even after a few minutes in the glass this appears to be already shutting down.

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IWC 95+
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 167

Good medium red, a bit less deep than the Ruchottes. Youthfully tight aromas and flavors of red berries, rose petal, coffee, mocha and underbrush lifted by a hint of blood orange. More imploded today than the Ruchottes, but already shows outstanding precision and cut. Extremely minerally and vibrant on the firmly tannic, spicy finish, with great subtle lingering perfume.

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WA 95-97
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 199
Drink Dates 2025-2045

The 2010 Gevrey-Chambertin Clos St. Jacques flows across the palate with fabulous depth and richness. Dark red fruit, licorice, smoke and exotic spices all come together in the glass, while the intensity of the fruit covers every corner of the palate. This huge, powerful wine will require considerable patience, but it is impeccable, not to mention stunning in its beauty.

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