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Le millésime 2015 de Chanson bien accueilli par la critique

Le grand millésime de Chanson

L’année 2015 est un millésime particulier pour le Domaine Chanson Père & Fils. Après le couronnement de trois de leurs vins par les critiques influents Michel Bettane et Thierry Desseauve, le magazine de vin renommé américain, Wine Spectator, et son équivalent britannique, The World of Fine Wine, ont évalué huit vins rouges 2015 du vigneron Chanson. Tous les huit ont obtenu des valeurs maximales. Les notes se situent entre 92 et 94 points sur une échelle de 100. Sur l’échelle du Wine Spectator, ces notes correspondent au jugement suivant : excellent – vin de caractère et de style supérieurs à la moyenne. 

Clos des Mouches
Beaune Grèves
Chanson Savigny Dominode
Chanson Corton

Les quatre vins rouges avec l’évaluation la plus haute : Beaune Clos des Mouches, AOC Premier Cru avec 94 points et les trois autres avec chacun 93 points. 

Bref aperçu de l’évaluation


Wine Spectator:


A spicy style, this is also compact and sleek, with dusty tannins framing strawberry, cherry and mineral flavors. Balanced on the fresh side, almost racy in profile, ending in a cascade of fruit and spice. Best from 2020 through 2033.

BEAUNE GREVES 1ER CRU 2015: Score 93/100

A dense, well-structured version, featuring ripe dark cherry and mulberry fruit, with notes of violet. Balanced on the sinewy side, with a lengthy finish. Best from 2020 through 2035.

SAVIGNY DOMINODE 1ER CRU 2015: Score 93/100

This polished red delivers black cherry, violet, spice and mineral aromas and flavors. Firm and long, with fine overall balance and a saturated aftertaste of fruit and spice. Best from 2019 through 2033.

-BEAUNE BRESSANDES 1ER CRU 2015: Score 92/100

Raspberry and cherry are the main flavor themes in this taut, dense red, which, though firmly constructed, offers ample sweet fruit to offset its tannins. Best from 2020 through 2035.


A tightly wound version, this dense red displays cherry, strawberry, earth and chalky stone flavors. Leans to the firm side, remaining fresh and concentrated. Best from 2019 through 2032.


The World of Fine Wine:

CORTON GRAND CRU 2015: Score 93/100

Aromatically closed. The palate is fresh and wonderfully crunchy, with bright acidity and bouncy, youthful tannins still flexing their sprightly muscles. This will be lovely once it relaxes into itself, with its playful red fruit and tons of charm that hide a taut and serious core of red-cherry fruit and secretive, aromatic glints of elderberry.

-POMMARD 1ER CRU CHARMOTS 2015: Score 92/100

A darkly sumptuous smell of peony and dark cherry on the nose. The texture of starched velvet crunches pleasantly on the tongue. Again there is rounded ripeness held firmly and neatly by structure and freshness. But this is sumptuous and rounded with lovely crunch.

-BEAUNE BRESSANDES 1ER CRU 2015: Score 92/100

A touch of earthy savoriness on the nose, with ripe black cherry. A wonderfully fine-grained but crunchy texture provides a beautiful structure around which the aromas can unfold. Lovely and disarming balance of severity and charm.

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