Georges Roumier, Chambolle Musigny Les Combottes 2010

The Chambolle Musigny Combottes 2010 from Georges Roumier is a lovely effort. In the bouquet raspberries, dark cherries and red forest berries – spiced with a distinct Chambolle minerality. On the palate very good concentration for this level – loads of juicy pinot fruit – balanced by a fine acidity and the quite strong mineralic backbone. Is quite dense and dark now and not showing the ultimate transparancy – a fine, quite complex and beautiful 2010 from Roumier – but really needs time.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2022) – Fine 91p – Tasted 02/02/2013

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