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Armand Rousseau Chambertin Grand Cru 2014
97 points Allen Meadows :There is enough wood to notice framing the exuberantly spicy red and dark currant aromas that display an abundance of sauvage and earth nuances. The cool and pure medium weight plus flavors are remarkably refined for a young Chambertin yet there is clearly plenty of power lurking beneath the refined veneer. This is a big but not massive vintage for the Rousseau Cham and I like the sense of proportion and particularly so on the harmonious, superbly long and seamlessly well-balanced finale. As is the case with the 2015 vintage, it's going to be very interesting to see which of these two is the better wine in 15 to 20 years.    

18.5+/20 Jancis Robinson : Very majestic and autumnal on the nose. Very concentrated and all in the future. Not weak at all with much more obvious ripe fruit in the middle than Clos de Beze. Dense and very dry and savoury but the fruit more than stands up to the new oak. Magnificent. Vibrato.

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$1,895.00
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Armand Rousseau Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru "Les Cazetiers" 2014
90-92 Allen Meadows : Here the reticent nose of plum, violet and dark berries is notably earthier and more sauvage in character. There is a lovely sense of underlying tension to the delineated, muscular and equally mineral-driven flavors that possess slightly more size and weight on the youthfully austere finish where a hint of bitter cherry arises. Note that moderate patience will be required.
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Armand Rousseau, Clos de Beze Grand Cru 2014
93-96 Allen Meadows: In 2014 it's as though the Clos de Bèze and Chambertin have switched places in the sense that this is less expressive, super powerful and appears to be the more structured of the two as well. A discreetly spicy nose consists of sandalwood, essence of black cherry liqueur, violets and a hint of the sauvage. There is seriously good size, weight and power to the imposingly scaled flavors that display almost painful intensity on the driving, explosively long and very firmly structured finish. Unlike most vintages this is actually the harder of the two wines to read today though everything appears to be in place to allow this to age brilliantly.    

18.5/20 Jancis Robinson : 100% new oak. Intense, splendidly purple somehow nose. Black fruits and liqueur-like. Lots of structure and very embryonic. The oak is still pretty obvious. Great framework. Energy. 

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Armand Rousseau, Gevrey Chambertin, 1er Cru Lavaux St Jacques 2014
91-93 Neal Martin - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate : The 2014 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Lavaux Saint Jacques unfurls on the nose with red cherry and raspberry scents, a touch of bergamot in the background. The palate is crisp and taut on the entry. You are immediately struck by the fineness of the tannin here. Real energy and tension from the word go, with a lovely touch of cracked black pepper furnishing the finish. I have a penchant for this over the Cazetiers this year - perhaps to my surprise given the form of the latter in 2014.
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