Domaine Georges Roumier
Domaine Georges Roumier is situated in Chambolle-Musigny in the Côte de Nuits. The wines from this domaine are considered one of Burgundy's most costly and sought-after wines.
The history of this estate started in 1924 when Georges Roumier married Genevieve Quanquin. He took over their family vineyards in Chambolle-Musigny and started to expand the property. Instead of buying parcels, Georges Roumier used the French practise of “metayage” (sharecropping) to enlarge the domaine. He cultivated the land for the original owner in return for a part of the production. Roumier began domaine-bottling in 1945.
When Georges Roumier died in 1965, his son Jean-Marie already assisted his father (since 1957). Thereafter Christophe (Jean-Marie’s son), became the successor in 1992 and is the domaine's current winemaker. MORE ...
The most important plots in the Georges Roumier portfolio are: Le Musigny Grand Cru (0.10 Ha), Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru “Les Amoureuses” (0.40 Ha), Bonnes Mares Grand Cru (1.60 Ha) and the monopole Morey-St.-Denis 1er Cru “Clos de la Bussière” (2.59 Ha). Especially Le Musigny (vines dating from 1934) and Les Amoureuses are frightfully expensive and quite rare but probably the finest examples you will ever encounter from these appellations!
Robert Parker is one of the world's most infuential wine critic. Ratings are from 50 – 100 points.
Ratings from WineSpectator/James Suckling. Ratings are from 50 – 100 points
Tasting Notes from other wine professionals like Jancis Robinson, Rene Gabriel, Burghound etc.
Rating from the Best of Wine Tasting panel
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|Georges Roumier • Bonnes Mares (slightly bin soiled label)||2011||0,75||93||95||1||€ 699,00||€ 845,79|
|Georges Roumier • Bonnes Mares (slightly bin soiled label)||2013||0,75||93||95||8.5||1||€ 839,00||€ 1.015,19|
|Georges Roumier • Morey St. Denis 1er cru Clos de la Bussiere||2005||0,75||91||90||2||€ 319,00||€ 385,99|