94-97 points Fine Wine Review: "The Clos-de-Bèze is mineral and pure with dark fruit, tension, and nervosity. It is medium-full in body weight. Classic Clos-de-Bèze. (12/14/17)"
96 points Tim Atkin, MW.
96 points Matthew Hemming, MW (The World of Fine Wine): "Berry fruit with citrus rind. Has lovely salinity on the mid-palate. Palate-stainingly mineral and taut. Chalky tannins. (Issue 66; 2019)"
94-96 points Steen Öhman (Winehog): "The Chambertin Clos de Beze -- the regular cuvée is another step up -- underlining that Clos de Bèze and Chambertin are in a different league in the Gevrey appellation. This is a intense, tightly knit and still refined wine. The nose offer layers of red and dark fruit -- coating the intense minerality of the mighty terroir. It’s remarkably elegant and refined for such a big wine -- hard to believe that the Ouvrées Rodin can be better! Drink from 2034. Tasted from cask 10/27/17. (12/30/17)"
93-96 points Allen Meadows (Burghound): "(from a 1.29 ha parcel). This is softly oaky with a wonderfully spicy array of black cherry, pungent earth and evident sauvage nuances that can be found on the impressively rich and seductively textured broad-shouldered and concentrated flavors that coat the palate with extract, all wrapped in a balanced, long and deep finish. I very much like the way this fans out on the strikingly persistent finish. Note that plenty of patience is a requisite here and it would be largely pointless to open a bottle before its 10th anniversary. 2036+. (Jan 2018)"
95 points Jasper Morris, MW: "Rich full purple. A concentrated but sombre nose. This is very backward indeed, and what a massive intensity there is on the palate. Perhaps lacks precision but what an onslaught of concentrated fruit. Very slightly on the raw side. A muscular interpretation of Clos de Bèze. Tasted: September 2019."
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