Gevrey-Chambertin is supposed to be a structured and bold Pinot Noir from the Burgundy region. This is my second try at this bottle. The first was in 2011, I hated it and decided to cellar the rest for potential improvement. Nothing here folks. A major dud from this producer who used ‘old vines’. Sour cherries and pencil lead. Some strange funk going on, but not the kind that I like. Very sharp acid and some ingrained tannins but no real finish. The lead component took me a while to pinpoint. It really is unpleasant. This was not a cheap wine, and can be found now for $40. WS gave it 90 points. I reckon it is an 84 pointer and a major pass. 1 star and moving on. #dissappointed. Salut….