91 Points Robert Parker
The Remoissenet 2007 Charmes-Chambertin smells of peat, damp bark, almond extract, and creme de cassis. Sappy, almost syrup-like on the palate, its sense of sweetness is offset by cherry pit bitterness, iodine, chalk and black pepper inflections. There is an impression of layered concentration and depth, yet no lack of levity, and sheer juicy generosity keeps the palate-staining sense of mineral stuff from rendering the finish austere. You can really taste the tiny, millerandage-prone berries of these old vines. I expect this will perform well for the better part of a decade.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. June, 2010