Produced from 85-year old vines, the stellar 2003 Chapelle-Chambertin explodes from the glass with earthy black fruit aromas. A sappy, chewy, medium to full-bodied wine of considerable depth and concentration, it slathers the taster’s palate with chunky layers of fleshy black cherries and blackberries. Intense, powerful, and backward, this stout masculine effort demands patience. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2022. (PR)
Dee p ruby-red. Musky, highly nuanced aromas of wild black raspberry, game, leather and coffee. Wonderfully creamy and deep, with a penetrating character and strong minerality that reinforces the impression of firmness. Wonderfully resounding finish goes on and on. This extremely deep wine really transcends its vintage. The vines here are 85 years old. (ST)
A brooding yet knockout nose of superb spiciness, earth and very ripe plum notes gives way to soft, forward, mouth coating and impressively structured and concentrated flavors that offer plenty of depth and length. This is an extremely serious Chapelle that culminates in a marvelously explosive backend. In a word, terrific.
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