Domaine Armand Rousseau, Gevrey Les Cazetiers 2010

The 2010 Gevrey Chambertin Les Cazetiers from Armand Rousseau is a beatifully focused wine. Slightly closed but after a quick decanting the bouquet is offering fine red berry fruit … with a wonderful sweet core of crystal clear pinot fruit – notes of cherries raspberries and pomegranate. On the palate quite tight and focused with a lovely core of pure transparent fruit. The mineralic structure is powerful and typical for this vineyard. Enjoyable now but teally needs at least a decade of cellaring before the full potential is unleached. A fine and classic Gevrey.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2022) – Fine 91p – Tasted 31/01/2013

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