(AM=89-91) A brooding and somber nose flirts with rusticity thanks to the intensely earthy character of the mostly dark currant scents. The vibrant and refreshing middle weight flavors though are not rustic though they are muscular and intense, all wrapped in a serious, long, firm and austere finish. Once again this is very good though it is not at all constructed in the classic Chambolle image of lacy refinement. (RP=88-90) The 2014 Chambolle Musigny les Chezeaux felt just a little static on the nose when I tasted it from barrel. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, and there more energy coming through here in the mouth with orange zest and white pepper sprinkled over the well defined finish. Drink over the next 3-6 years. (AG=88-90) (this and the following wines are from purchased grapes; the Burguets carry out the harvest and pick on the late side): Healthy deep red. Medicinal red cherry and a saline quality on the nose, with some suggestions of very ripe fruits. Dense and sappy on the palate, with a strong cherry flavor enlivened by tangy minerality. Can't match the estate Gevreys for finesse of texture but finishes spicy, brisk and persistent, with dusty tannins. Jean-Luc Burguet emphasized that these vines are not farmed organically.