Domaine Roux Père & Fils Les Chaumes Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru 2009, Ac

Chardonnay Chardonnay
Burgundy, France

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Critic Reviews (4)

David Lawrason
David Lawrason

Okay, you know Niagara has arrived when one begins to compare Burgundy of this calibre to Niagara. It is actually not...

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

This is a squeaky clean, fruity, ultimately rather simple tropical fruit cocktail-scented, new world in style white...

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Sara d'Amato
Sara d'Amato

This modern and very forward style Chassagne Montrachet boasts a generous nose of Asian pear and granny smith apple...

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Evan Saviolidis
Evan Saviolidis

A 1er cru for under $40! Buy it as is it is a no brainer. Ripe, it is medium bodied with vanilla, apple, citrus,...

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Community Reviews (3)

Vivien Martin
Vivien Martin

This is a simply gorgeous wine. The complex nose carries tones of vanilla, apple, citrus, toasted almond, butterscotch and ripe fruit. The palate is equally rich and rewarding, with great structure and balance throughout. Lively acidity carries through to the end of the lip-smacking finish. Delicious now with lightly seasoned chicken dishes, or fuller-flavoured fish, it will evolve over 5 years into an even more intriguing experience. (VINTAGES panel, July 2010)

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Tyler Philp
Tyler Philp

The les Chaumes vineyard was divided long ago and this wine is sourced from the 'commune' side (therefore not a 1er cru as often written). That said, this is exceptional Chardonnay! And at this price, i`m shocked – it out performs many others at twice the price. I`ve enjoyed this label in both the `02 and `05 vintages and cannot recommend it any higher. Stunningly soft and complex. With a couple of years in the cellar the oak, fruit, and acidity will be in perfect harmony. Enjoy this with the turkey feast on Thanksgiving in 2013. Tasted April 2012.

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Michael Valaitis
Michael Valaitis

Pale straw colour from the subtle oaking. This is a well made Chardonnay. Notes of butter. pear and white flowers on the nose hint that the wine has elegance. Minerality comes at the front followed by smooth acidity with almond and apple in the finish. Great wine showing balance and purity. Serve with trout or Coq au Vin. Drink now to 2014.
Tasted April '11

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