Pop and pour, notes from 2 hrs open. On the nose: fruitier than my last btl, with sweet lime, sweet tomato leaf, and soft vanilla. On the palate: same fantastic acidity. underripe.gooseberry, herbs/tomato leaf, good density, and some nice tang on the finish. Not quite as good as my last btl, but still very good. — 13 hours ago
A bit sharp but nice nonetheless. — 24 days ago
Red apple and red cherry meat with cranberry and raspberry and a pinch of smoky black salt tantalizing the nose. Tart raspberry dried violets, rose petal, red apple peel, blood orange. Tart and tangy, with a pointy end. .
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This entry is for the Cru Les Champs Cloux, but I couldn't find it in the database. From Bacchus SXM. 54€ — 12 days ago
This is what I want in a $35 village white burg on a Wednesday night. Such precision here with perfectly ripe citrus and orchard fruit, tasteful/minimal oak treatment that has nothing to prove, prickly acid, and length. There’s balance, clarity, and delicacy that’s rare at this price point. — 23 days ago
Bright beige yellow. Inviting nose of overripe red apple and and balsam. Medium full palate yields baked apple, dried white flowers, balsam, and a hint of white pepper back-palate to finish. I’m sensing a bit of oak on this, but in that classic unobtrusive French way. Lively medium plus acidity underneath it all makes for a fantastic white to accompany fish, poultry, shellfish, or medium cheeses. An imminently satisfying Premier Cru white at a great price. “The foot of Montrachet” continues to impress. Drink now through 2024. — 4 days ago