88 Points Robert Parker
From 80-year-old vines in the Les Monbies vineyard, Fourrier's 2006 Chambolle Musigny features tart fresh cherry accented with lemon peel green herbs. There is however less sheer fresh fruit juiciness in evidence here than the initial tartness and almost white wine-like attack led me to believe; and a small amount of extraneous, lip-numbing astringency here may or may not ease-up with time in bottle. In consequence, this displays overall austerity, despite its impressively stubborn palate persistence. I'd want to revisit it before pronouncing on its mid- or longer-term future.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. December, 2009