89 Points Allen Meadows
A subtle touch of wood spice frames bright, fresh, airy and cool aromas of mostly red berry fruit, underbrush and an attractive stoniness that transfers over to the nicely rich flavors that possess slightly better volume on the sappy and long flavors that culminate in a punchy and rather delicate finish.
89 Points Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Tart, ripe red fruits and oregano on the nose of the Dujac 2007 Gevrey-Chambertin Les Combottes signal the sort of impression conveyed seamless throughout this polished yet bright Pinot. Here too, hints of caramelization strike an at least as yet rather detached tone, and while there is undeniably impressive persistence, this is less fun or juicily satisfying to savor for now than is the corresponding Morey 1er Cru. I would plan on following it, watchfully, over the next 4-6 years.