Domaine Georges Roumier

Chambolle-Musigny Pinot Noir

9.3594 ratings
9.3214 pro ratings
Chambolle-Musigny, Côte de Nuits, Burgundy, France
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
Top Notes For
Lee Pitofsky

Blinded except for producer. We were all pretty set on Chambolle premier cru. It was distinctive Roumier and really in the zone with its beautiful perfume and elegant palate. As always, fantastic complexity and depth for a village wine. ‘07 red Burgundy is so darn good right now and every Roumier experience reiterates he’s one of the very best.

Blinded except for producer. We were all pretty set on Chambolle premier cru. It was distinctive Roumier and really in the zone with its beautiful perfume and elegant palate. As always, fantastic complexity and depth for a village wine. ‘07 red Burgundy is so darn good right now and every Roumier experience reiterates he’s one of the very best.

Apr 21st, 2021
Lee Pitofsky

Intense and muscular, nothing subtle about 2017. Very good depth for village and it continues to gain complexity and show some layers as it unfurls. Lots of tension and finesse showing black raspberries, pomegranate, crushed minerals and hints of topsoil. Finishes with very good length and lift. When you talk about village red wines that set themselves apart you think Fourrier’s Gevrey, Mugneret Gibourg’s VR (of course CLB too), and then there is Roumier’s Chambolle. Great now and even better later ❤️

Intense and muscular, nothing subtle about 2017. Very good depth for village and it continues to gain complexity and show some layers as it unfurls. Lots of tension and finesse showing black raspberries, pomegranate, crushed minerals and hints of topsoil. Finishes with very good length and lift. When you talk about village red wines that set themselves apart you think Fourrier’s Gevrey, Mugneret Gibourg’s VR (of course CLB too), and then there is Roumier’s Chambolle. Great now and even better later ❤️

Oct 14th, 2020
Jeremy Shanker

Sommelier at RN74

9.2

Still hibernating, let it rest for another 10!

Still hibernating, let it rest for another 10!

Oct 3rd, 2019
Lee Pitofsky

Tight but opens up with a double decant.

Tight but opens up with a double decant.

Jun 3rd, 2019
Mike Smith

Owner/Winemaker Myriad Cellars

9.5

Leah’s birthday wine at dinner

Leah’s birthday wine at dinner

Apr 25th, 2019
Greg Gregory

Sublime

Sublime

Dec 31st, 2018
Lee Pitofsky

Ripe, concentrated and elegant. Red cherries, cranberries, minerals, exotic spices and hints of tea and mint leaves. The texture is beautiful and velvety and finish is long and lingering. Showing amazing now and even better in a few years. What a terrific village wine. Roumier is straight 🔥.

Ripe, concentrated and elegant. Red cherries, cranberries, minerals, exotic spices and hints of tea and mint leaves. The texture is beautiful and velvety and finish is long and lingering. Showing amazing now and even better in a few years. What a terrific village wine. Roumier is straight 🔥.

Dec 31st, 2018
Daniel McGeough

Yup, it’s the one!! Worth every penny!!!!

Yup, it’s the one!! Worth every penny!!!!

Jun 14th, 2018
Seth Morgen Long

Broker • Arterberry Maresh / Winemaker • Morgen Long

9.2

A year ago today, with the help of Mr. @Andrew Fortgang there was an amazing Roumier dinner at Little Bird. I broke my wrist the next day.

Decided to open up a simple Roumier to celebrate. This 2011 was in a nice place, red fruits, pitched deeper than expected, with freshness and enough energy within the oak. Will get better but drinking great now.

A year ago today, with the help of Mr. @Andrew Fortgang there was an amazing Roumier dinner at Little Bird. I broke my wrist the next day.

Decided to open up a simple Roumier to celebrate. This 2011 was in a nice place, red fruits, pitched deeper than expected, with freshness and enough energy within the oak. Will get better but drinking great now.

Feb 3rd, 2018
Ryan Mullins

Note to self, you don’t like 2003 Roumier. Stop hoping you will.

Note to self, you don’t like 2003 Roumier. Stop hoping you will.

Dec 27th, 2017