The 2016 Gevrey-Chambertin Village has been a consistent performer at the domaine. It has a clean and precise bouquet although it does not quite convey the same energy and fruit concentration as the Morey-Saint-Denis. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, elegant and bright with tart red fruit with a tang of spice towards the finish. This seems to meliorate as it goes on. 88-90 points. Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (less than 25% new oak here): Healthy dark red. Very pure but subdued nose shows some soil tones to go with the black raspberry and spices. Broader, drier and more classic than the Morey villages; perhaps richer but less expressive today and a bit dominated by its spicy oak element. Made from four parcels: La Justice, Bel-Air, Seuvrees and Craite-Paille. 87-90 points. Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Media Transparent crimson. Silky and perfumed and sweet. Very hedonistic. Lighter than the average Gevrey but very juicy and fun! Really nice wine. Great balance and approachability already. 16.5/20. Julia Harding MW, jancisrobinson

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