Gevrey-Chambertin’s Crowning Glory

For more than a century, Domaine Armand Rousseau has been a shining light in Burgundy

Gevrey-Chambertin’s Crowning Glory
Eric Rousseau and his daughter Cyrielle stand in Clos St.-Jacques, the source of one of their domaine’s most sought-after bottlings. (Deepix Studio)
From the May 31, 2022, issue

For more than a century, Gevrey-Chambertin’s Domaine Armand Rousseau has been a shining light in Burgundy, enhancing wines from multiple small-acreage parcels. The May 31, 2022 issue of Wine Spectator profiles the history of the storied estate and how third-generation owner Eric Rousseau and his daughter Cyrielle are meeting the winemaking and marketing challenges of today.

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