One of the most celebrated and sought after producers in Burgundy, Domaine Ponsot. Now led by the dynamic Laurent Ponsot, they boast Grand Cru holdings in the best vineyards in the Cote de Nuits. This wine is from one of them and is extremely rare. The Wine Spectator scored it 93 points and said "Seems marked by oak, yet with substance underneath. Cedar and sandalwood aromas are backed by cherry, currant, anise and mineral flavors, but overall this is sweet, intense and saturated on the finish. Best from 2012 through 2025." And Neal Martin in the Wine Advocate scored it 94-96 saying "The Chapelle-Chambertin has an arresting, pure, minerally nose with touches of red cherry, cassis and a touch of raspberry coulis. Very harmonious. The palate has a wonderfully smooth texture, caressing the palate with its lithe, fine tannins, good grip (more than Griotte) with a slightly earthy, sous-bois tinged finish. This should turn out to be one of Laurent’s best wines in 2007." Clive Coasts also scored it 18/20 (95) saying "Fullish structure. This has a bit more backbone than his Griotte. And doesn't show as well today. Good grip. Fine ripe tannins. Very good vigour. Will be lovely."