Jadot Gevrey-Chambertin shows the qualities and characteristic of the terroir: deep color, with a multi-faceted berry and red fruit bouquet. It desplays a full, tannic structure and mellow texture carry into a lasting finish. This was a particularly great vintage for Pinot Noir. A guarantee of liveliness and energy in the wine.
This powerful and perfumed wine requiring elaborate and strong-tasting food: leg of mutton, beef bourguignon, game pâtés and strong cheeses.
"Good deep red. Expressive aromas of dark fruits, coffee and chocolate. Sweet, very ripe and pliant, with enticing inner-mouth aromatic character. Finishes with ripe tannins and lingering sweetness. This will make a good restaurant wine but should also last well. This was my favorite of the Jadot village wines, although the Nuits-Saint-Georges should turn out well, especially if Lardiere declassifies some premier cru juice into it, as he expects to do.
International Wine Cellar