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1993 Chambertin Clos de Beze

Rousseau; Armand

94Average Score
flagBurgundy / France
Red

This was the second bottle of 1993 Clos de Beze from Rousseau I tasted within a few weeks – not that I’m complaining. This one was once again a gorgeous Pinot Noir at the peak of its powers. The bouquet soars from the glass with perfumed red and black fruit, perhaps a little more tertiary and animally on this occasion, but no less captivating. The palate is vibrant with formidable structure and then there is that daring, animal finish that fans out like there is no tomorrow. It does not quite possess the breeding of the Chambertin Grand Cru, but in some ways it is more “fun” to just imbibe. I can see this lasting another decade without breaking a sweat. Tasted August 2013. Oct 2013, www.robertparker.com

Neal Martin    Score: 96/100

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