Comes mostly from a parcel of vines planted in 1969 in Les Seuvrees which borders on to Grand cru Charmes Chambertin close to the Morey St Denis border. About 200 dozen produced.
‘(from Les Seuvrées and Les Murots; 90% whole cluster). There is a touch of thesauvage present on the nose of wild dark berries, forest floor and again, plenty of floral elements. The highly energetic and well-detailed flavors exude a subtle salinity on the refreshing and sneaky long and markedly firm finish that is shaped by relatively fine-grained tannins. This needs to develop a bit more depth but it is already a quality effort. Drink 2028+.’ (88-91) points. Allen Meadows, Burghound.com.
‘Containing 100% whole bunch, the 2018 Gevrey-Chambertin "Cuvée Bertin" offers ripe strawberries and red cherry on the nose, which is very airy in style, if lacking a little complexity. The medium-bodied palate delivers crunchy red berry fruit laced with tea leaves and bay leaf, fine delineation and a fresh, lightly spiced finish. Hopefully the aromatics will up their game. Drink 2023-2033.’ (89-91) points. Neal Martin, Vinous.