Tasting Notes

Produced from a 2.8 hectare (6.9 acre) parcel of vines less than 25 years old in the estate's considerable holdings in Musigny, the 2003 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru displays black fruits and earth in its aromatics. Medium-bodied, sporting an extraordinarily silky texture, this angle-free beauty coats the palate with black cherries, blackberries, candied black raspberries, and spices galore. Supple, packed with fruit, and revealing an impressively long finish, it should be drunk over the next 9-10 years. Pierre Rovani - Wine Advocate