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Marchand & Burch Chambertin Clos de Beze Pinot Noir

Cracka Review

Opulent red and blue fruits balanced by considerable oak tannin with savoury and smokey notes. Rich and powerful fruit on the palate with a great depth of flavour, presence, fine tannin and a mineral acidity. A wine of enormous potential.

Marchand & Burch Wine Reviews and Accolades

"‘Primus inter pares’ (first among equals) is the way that Chambertin-Clos de Bèze is seen in the company of other grand crus, and this wine shows why. The class and the power are unmistakeable.” - David LeMire, Master of Wine

"The wines of Chambertin and Clos de Bèze have a great reputation. At their best these wines are certainly not just among the top wines of Burgundy but among the top red wines of the world." - Clive Coates, Master of Wine

"Chambertin and Clos de Bèze blend grace and vigour, austerity and power with finesse and delicacy. Together there is all that is necessary for a synthesis that is generosity and perfection itself." - Gaston Roupnel (1871-1946), Burgundy author and French historian

Winemaker's Notes

Opulent red and blue fruits balanced by considerable oak tannin with savoury and smokey notes. Rich and powerful fruit on the palate with a great depth of flavour, presence, fine tannin and a mineral acidity. A wine of enormous potential.

Marchand & Burch Wine Reviews and Accolades

"‘Primus inter pares’ (first among equals) is the way that Chambertin-Clos de Bèze is seen in the company of other grand crus, and this wine shows why. The class and the power are unmistakeable.” - David LeMire, Master of Wine

"The wines of Chambertin and Clos de Bèze have a great reputation. At their best these wines are certainly not just among the top wines of Burgundy but among the top red wines of the world." - Clive Coates, Master of Wine

"Chambertin and Clos de Bèze blend grace and vigour, austerity and power with finesse and delicacy. Together there is all that is necessary for a synthesis that is generosity and perfection itself." - Gaston Roupnel (1871-1946), Burgundy author and French historian

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