91-93 points Neal Martin (Vinous): "The 2018 Gevrey-Chambertin Champerrier comes from 0.27 hectares of 60-year-old vines that has belonged to the Magnien family. It has a lovely bouquet of mainly black fruit and touches of camphor and rose petals. The palate is silky-smooth on the entry and displays fine acidity. Beautifully balanced, with a seamless, caressing finish that is as good as many a Premier Cru. Highly recommended. Drink: 2022-2036. (Jan 2020)"
90-93 points Jasper Morris, MW: "60 year old vines over 0.30ha. Glowing red with a sultry ripe nose. This made it to 14.5% but the fruit does not taste cooked in any way and the sugar fermented through safely with a later malolactic. Lovely vigorous fresh finish, peonies and dense red fruit. Tannins too, but all looks set to integrate well. Tasted: November 2019."
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