90 Points Robert Parker
The Domaine’s 2007 Echezeaux displays ripe red berry and star anise aromas a tender fruit character, mingled with a hint of mocha and underlain by subtly saline meat stock on a silken palate, and a finish that preserves just enough of a fresh edge to its fruit to stimulate salivation and the desire for the next sip. Here is a 2007 that remains true to the personality it expressed early on in barrel, albeit with flattering textural refinement and a greater sense of purity. It’s small scale, but only in the non-derogatory sense of chamber music (two words I used to describe it and, amusingly, later heard from de Villaine). I imagine this charmer being best enjoyed over the next 5-7 years.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. June, 2010
91 Points Burghound.com
A highly expressive, spicy and appealingly complex nose offers up fresh aromas of red berry fruit, floral nuances and soft Asian-style tea notes. The beautifully well-detailed, balanced and energetic flavors possess excellent transparency on the vibrant and mouth coating finish. As was the case when I first reviewed this (see herein), there is a lingering inner mouth perfume that serves to make this most attractive and while this isn't a great Echézeaux in the context of the Domaine, it is undeniably pretty. Note that for my taste, this isn't quite at its peak though it's not so far away that it couldn't be enjoyed now. Drink to 2022+.