96 Point - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate "The Jadot 2006 Musigny epitomizes not only the greatness of its site, but the ability of the best wines of its vintage to combine polish and refinement with energy, lift, and vibratory – in this instance, dazzling – interplay of flavor. High-toned red and black fruit as well as herbal essences and bitter-sweet (iris, violet) floral perfume migrate from a trance-inducing nose to a plate of liqueur-like richness and suggestion of sweetness, accompanied by hard to pin-down mineral notes – but both stony and saline, to be sure – that engage in a reverberating call and response with berries and flowers in the finish. This should be worth treasuring for 12-15 years if not longer, but do not make the mistake of forgetting it and missing out on the ravishing appeal of which it is already fully capable."
96 Point - Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Full, deep red. Ineffable aromas of raspberry, flowers, crushed stone and blood orange; if I were building a perfume of pinot noir I would start with these components. Thick and sweet on entry, then almost painfully intense in the middle palate, with uncanny energy and a texture of liquid silk. A wine of great elegance: the incredible mounting finish displays serious power and weight without sacrificing clarity or energy. 96+ (ST)"
92-95 Point - James Suckling: "Don't Miss!* A deft touch of wood sets off the moderately high-toned elegant, ripe and notably spicy red and black berry fruit aromas that gracefully slide into rich, sweet and very full-bodied flavors that are seductive, opulent and velvety, all wrapped in a finish that also drenches the palate with buckets of dry extract. The wine of the vintage chez Jadot."