"Mostly destemmed and aged 20 months in 25% new barrels, the 2016 Côte Rôtie Rozier offers slightly more spicy wood notes as well as black raspberry fruits, incense, dried earth, and violet aromas and flavors. Rounded, forward, and sexy, it tightens up slightly with time in the glass and will benefit from 2-4 years of bottle age and shine for a decade."
91 points, jebdunnuck.com (December 2018)
"Notes of char, sun-baked earth and iron seep into plump notes of blackcurrant in this wine. It's rich and dense in mouthfeel, but balanced by a zesty spine of acidity and fine, chalky tannins. The wine finishes long with hints of licorice and cacao."
94 points, Anna Lee C. Iijima for Wine Enthusiast (January 2019)