| Wine Advocate 88 points (Aug 2013)
Bottled at the beginning of May, the 2011 Chambolle-Musigny Village comes from three parcels in close proximity to the village of Morey Saint Denis. Raised in 20% new wood, it has a light bouquet with scents of red currant, raspberry leaf and wild hedgerow that come across as very natural and unpretentious. The palate shows a little toughness on the entry driven by lifted black currant and raspberry fruit, although the acidity maintains decent freshness and supports the structured, masculine finish. This rather obdurate Burgundy needs to be mollified by a hearty meal at the dinner table. Drink now-2016.