Wine Advocate-Parker :
Bouchard's 2008 Chambertin Clos de Beze smells of dark cherry and plum, dusty crushed stone, peat, and licorice, Fine grained tannins permit a caressing palate feel that fits the wine's sumptuously rich fruit, while mineral interest lends its long finish an almost spell-binding sense of interactivity. This should be worthy of at least 15 years of attention. There were fewer than two barriques' worth of Bouchard Chambertin this year, and I did not taste that wine.
|Revue du Vin de France||18|
|Appellation||Chambertin-Clos de Bèze|
|Producteur||Bouchard Père & Fils|
|Vignoble||Côte de Nuits|