95 Points Allen Meadows
This is almost like a hypothetical combination of the Gevrey “1er” and the Petite Chapelle with a ripe and admirably pure nose of cassis, spiced plum, wet stone and pungent earth aromas. There is genuinely brilliant complexity to the exceptionally rich and equally stony broad-shouldered flavors that possess perhaps a bit more refinement than usual on the strikingly persistent finish. This is a stunner of a Champeaux in a vintage that produced any number of them
94 Points Robert Parker Wine Advocate
The 2010 Gevrey-Chambertin Les Champeaux is a more structured, tannic wine than the Petite Chappelle. The fruit tends towards the redder end of the spectrum, but ultimately the Champeaux is more about minerality and sheer length. This is a 2010 with firm, imposing tannins that is going to require quite a bit of cellaring. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2035.
17.5/20 Points Jancis Robinson
70% whole bunch. 100% new oak. Very dark crimson. Very fine and firm and scented. Extremely vigorous and fresh. Very lively black fruits. Lovely pure stuff. Minerals and very gouleyant. Great balance and persistence. Really exciting. Very long and fine.