Rossignol Trapet Chambertin 1999

Twenty three years on, and still a baby. Fruit is fairly primary, a fair amount of brick dust and rose petal. A gentle palate that disguises the well tamed tannin and a long finish. Changed in the glass over the hour, but always fruit dominant. For those who like their Burgundies mature, this needs at least a decade. Extremely promising 94++

Thanks for this. I guess patience will be needed for my lone bottle of 2006…

Had a bottle of this in the fall. You pretty much nailed it.