“The 2018 Chambolle-Musigny Derrière La Grange 1er Cru includes 40% whole bunch this year. It has the most vivacious and forward of the domaine’s cuvées, offering ebullient blackberry, raspberry, wild fennel and a hint of oyster shell. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins. Quite suave and very harmonious in texture, though it would benefit from more depth and grip toward the finish (perhaps a little more maceration might have helped). Still, this is a finely crafted, elegant Chambolle-Musigny.” Neil Martin
“(from a .25 ha parcel where Amiot-Servelle is one of only two proprietors; 40% whole clusters). Somewhat more discreet wood influence easily allows the spicy and very floral-scented nose of both red and dark raspberry to be appreciated. The cool, delicious and wonderfully refined middle weight flavors are a lovely combination of punch and power, all wrapped in a palate coating, complex and impressively long finish. Lovely. (90-93)/2030+” Allan Meadows ————> thingy, meaning, “particularly outstanding for their respective appellations and especially merit your attention”.