Jadot Chapelle Chambertin Grand Cru 2008
91-92 points -The Wine Advocate
Understated in comparison with its immediate siblings – perhaps a reflection of its cool and especially chalky location – the Jadot 2008 Chapelle-Chambertin seems to gain momentum as it gradually ignites one’s senses. It commences with a discreet nose of dark berries, red meat, green herbs, and subtly dusty chalkiness; performs with increasing expressivity on a surprisingly silken palate; and finishes which the interactive complexity, vibrancy, and primary juiciness that characterize so many of the best 2008s. This long, refined Pinot ought to benefit from at least a half dozen years’ aging and be worth following for 15 or more.