93-97 points Jasper Morris, MW (Inside Burgundy): "Intense deep red colour, the nose is less immediate, but the fruit shows a succulent mouthful of very ripe fruit, on the edge of excess. A little bit of alcohol showing. The upper sector of their holding is the same planting as the Chapelle-Chambertin, but without hitting the same astonishing heights this year. (Oct 2020)"
93-95 points Neal Martin (Vinous): "The 2019 Chambertin Clos-de-Bèze Grand Cru has a lovely bouquet that is wonderfully delineated and focused, presenting a quite intense mixture of red and black fruit tinged with sous-bois and light black truffle aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with bold tannins and a fine bead of acidity. Smooth in texture, it exhibits dark chocolate and brown spice notes, some new oak just masking the terroir expression and delineation on the finish at the moment. Give this at least 4–5 years in bottle and that will be addressed. Just one double barrel produced (460 liters). Drink: 2025-2048. (Dec 2020)"
94 points Charles Curtis, MW (Decanter): "Produced from purchased fruit, entirely destemmed and fermented, with punching down and pumping over, prior to ageing in cask (one-third new). The wine has an abundant mixture of red and black fruit, with savoury, smoky edges. The texture on the palate has density and weight, but there is an ethereal finesse as well that is very attractive. Drinking Window: 2021-2025. (Oct 2020)"
Bill Nanson (Burgundy Report): "What a panorama of aroma here – some cushioned depth too – great wine already. Direct, a linear style, cool fruited too. Properly structured so don’t rush to drink this – but it’s oh so good – you would still be forgiven if you reached for the cork-screw! A great wine of amplitude, well-covered structure and proper, great, length… (Nov 2020)"
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