94 Points Robert Parker
The 2010 Charmes-Chambertin comes across as big and powerful. Presently the Charmes is mostly about structure and intense minerality, both of which bode well for the future. Cassis, blackberries, spices and slate are woven together on the cool, piercing finish. This is a wine for the darkest part of the cellar. Dujac’s Charmes is two-thirds true Charmes and one-third Mazoyeres. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2040.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Antonio Galloni. February, 2012
93 Points Burghound.com
Here too there is discreet wood serving as a backdrop to the notably ripe cassis, black cherry and distinct floral elements. There is good energy and punch to the medium-bodied flavors that possess excellent depth and concentration while displaying a very firm, detailed and irreproachably well-balanced finish. The basic personality is on the restrained side with plenty of classic Gevrey character and while the Combottes is a lovely wine, there is just another dimension present here. Drink to 2022+.