Robert Parker – 90
“The 2015 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Tête du Clos is very attractive, and one of the more gourmand wines in the cellar despite the fact the this lieu-dit sits at the very top of Morgeot. Notes of ripe stone and orchard fruit mingle with warm spice in a rich bouquet, introducing a full-bodied, textural palate, with an ample core of succulent fruit. This should offer attractive drinking in the near term.”
Anticipated maturity: 2018-2028
Burghound – 91-93
(Sweet spot Outstanding) Once again strong reduction dominates the nose. There is excellent volume to the very rich, round and mouth coating full-bodied flavors that possess copious amounts of sappy dry extract that imparts a highly textured impression to the powerful and driving finish. This is a big but well-balanced wine that should be enjoyable young but have no problem aging out well.