Red-ruby. Superripe aromas of black cherry and smoked meat; smells concentrated! Then sweet and quite penetrating on the palate, with a slightly tart and reserved character to its fruit, due in large part to the wine’s rather powerful acidity. Finishes very pure and long, with plenty of flesh. This reminded me of a much more suave version of the Latricieres.
Robert Parker 90
Black tea, licorice, and faded roses in the nose of Jadot’s 2007 Chambertin waft onto a slightly awkwardly astringent palate informed by beef stock and lightly-cooked black raspberry. This carries strongly in the finish, but I don’t see its tannins as likely to fully resolve and would plan on pairing it with that in mind, and over the next 5-7 years.
Anticipated maturity: 2010-2018