2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet Gevrey Chambertin Petite Chapelle
Pinot Noir - 750ML
  • JG 93
  • BH 92
  • WA 90

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Reg: $124.94

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In Stock: 14 btls
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JG 93
View From The Cellar, November 2013
(93+) While the 2012 Clos Prieur was a bit reduced, the Petite Chapelle was hitting on all cylinders and it was simply a pleasure to taste such a great young bottle of Gevrey premier cru. The deep, pure and still quite... (93+) While the 2012 Clos Prieur was a bit reduced, the Petite Chapelle was hitting on all cylinders and it was simply a pleasure to taste such a great young bottle of Gevrey premier cru. The deep, pure and still quite primary nose offers up a beautiful blend of red and black cherries, plums, cocoa powder, a very, very complex base of soil tones, fresh nutmeg, woodsmoke and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very pure on the attack, with a great, sappy core of fruit, gorgeous transparency, fine-grained tannins and a very, very long, seamless and tangy finish. Another great wine in the making. (Drink between 2022-2050)
BH 92
Burghound, January 2015
Here too there is a trace of postbottling reduction so once again I would suggest decanting any bottles that you might be tempted to try young. Otherwise there is a fine sense of verve, freshness and intensity to the... Here too there is a trace of postbottling reduction so once again I would suggest decanting any bottles that you might be tempted to try young. Otherwise there is a fine sense of verve, freshness and intensity to the appealingly mineral-driven medium-bodied flavors that possess the best depth and length of any of these Gevrey 1ers. Despite the younger vines there is very good mid-palate concentration and phenolic maturity to the impressively refined structural elements and this should amply reward mid to longer-term cellaring. 2022+
WA 90
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, October 2015
90+ Tasted blind at the annual "Burgfest" tasting in Beaune. The 2012 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petit Chapelle has a touch more ripeness and precocity than the Clos Tamisot from Damoy: well defined with red cherries... 90+ Tasted blind at the annual "Burgfest" tasting in Beaune. The 2012 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petit Chapelle has a touch more ripeness and precocity than the Clos Tamisot from Damoy: well defined with red cherries mixed with raspberry preserve, again, very refined and detailed. The palate is medium-bodied with a slightly stalky entry, a crisp line of acidity, very linear in style with a slightly truncated tinny (reductive) finish that could do with a little more flesh. Give this Gevrey-Chambertin another couple of years in bottle and it will start approaching its impressive performance from barrel. - Neal Martin
Color & Type Red
Varietal Pinot Noir
Country France
Region Burgundy
Sub-region Cote de Nuits
Vintage 2012