2013 Chambertin, Clos de Beze, Grand Cru, Domaine Robert Groffier (6 x Bottle)

France Burgundy Nuits

(70% vendange entier; 100% new oak; these 80-year-old vines produced 37 hectoliters per hectare in 2013): Bright, dark red. Lovely pepper-and-spice lift to the aromas of red cherry, rose petal and licorice. Sappy and dense, with a captivating light touch and a compelling sweet/savory balance to the red fruit and licorice flavors. The very long finish features noble tannins and a building spiciness. A bit hard to taste today owing to a high level of carbon dioxide but looks to be brilliant.

2013 Chambertin, Clos de Beze, Grand Cru, Domaine Robert Groffier (6 x Bottle)

(70% vendange entier; 100% new oak; these 80-year-old vines produced 37 hectoliters per hectare in 2013): Bright, dark red. Lovely pepper-and-spice lift to the aromas of red cherry, rose petal and licorice. Sappy and dense, with a captivating light touch and a compelling sweet/savory balance to the red fruit and licorice flavors. The very long finish features noble tannins and a building spiciness. A bit hard to taste today owing to a high level of carbon dioxide but looks to be brilliant.

France Burgundy Nuits
Producer Domaine Robert Groffier
Sub-Region Nuits
Region Burgundy
Country France
Grape Variety Pinot Noir
Vintage 2013
Colour Red
Style Full, Dry

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Vinous

(70% vendange entier; 100% new oak; these 80-year-old vines produced 37 hectoliters per hectare in 2013): Bright, dark red. Lovely pepper-and-spice lift to the aromas of red cherry, rose petal and licorice. Sappy and dense, with a captivating light touch and a compelling sweet/savory balance to the red fruit and licorice flavors. The very long finish features noble tannins and a building spiciness. A bit hard to taste today owing to a high level of carbon dioxide but looks to be brilliant.

93-96 Points / Drinking 2025 - 2038

By Stephen Tanzer / January 2015