This is white Burgundy of particular beauty – less powerful than its neighbour Bâtard-Montrachet, but with exceptional richness and complexity. When tasted in October, the wine was still gaining complexity in barrel – two barrels plus a half, none being new oak. The vines were planted in 1936, still going strong. Colour is bright green-golden, aromas are fragrant and already lovely. The palate has natural balance, creamy texture, mouth-wateringly fresh flavours, gorgeous length (for drinking 2023-2030+).
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