Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (92-94 points):
"The 2015 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Cherbaudes is the maiden release that was hitherto blended with La Perrière to make the Gevrey 1er Cru. The 65-year-old vines eked out just one barrel and the fruit is completely de-stemmed. It has a very fine nose with cranberry and raspberry fruit, plenty of undergrowth and a touch of incense. This is quite forthright on the nose. The palate is medium-bodied with touches of candied orange peel. It exhibits fine depth with gratifying energy and tension, with plenty of sappy fruit on the finish. I just admire the precision here. This is a great Les Cherbaudes."
Fine Wine Review (91-95 points):
"The Cherbaudes used to be part of the wine labelled just premier cru, a combination of wine from this vineyard and Perrière, but the Perrière has been sold off. In 2015, there is but a single barrel of this wine. All grapes here were destemmed. This wine shows good energy in the context of the vintage, which also is a characteristic of wines from this vineyard. The wine is juicy, but also elegant with a smooth texture and good length."