Fruits blancs et un peu d’agrumes, abricots mais sans être du côté trop mur, belle acisibien dosée avec une très belle texture en bouche, délciieux et bien meilleur que la bouteille précédente. 91-92
White fruit and some citrus as well, apricots but not too ripe, gorgeous acidity with a very nice texture, good length and delicious finish, much better than the last bottle. — 2 months ago
Loved this! (Is it against the rules to drink this with Sloppy Joes?) — 5 months ago
Color: Slightly cloud pale yellow. Mostly clear with some "wine diamonds" at the bottom.
Aroma: fruity, like white grape juice. Some apricot. Sweet scent, smells like yummy cool crip grape juice.
Taste: first taste like grape juice. Fruity and refreshing. Very light on the tongue. Its there and then smoothly gone. Faint, light apricot taste gently appears. Not a sweet wine, very light and fruity and fresh. Very subtle tartness. There's also a super subtle floral notes, maybe like elderflower but not quite. You have to kinda find it.
Super light, crisp, refreshing with lovely fruity notes of white grape juice and hints of apricot. It's smooth and easy drinking. It's in your mouth and then its gone. A lovely light body wine.
It's something for a summer day or evening sampling snacks or with a light pasta. Or something I could see being had with cheese fondue. — 6 months ago
Floral et fruits blancs au nez, une bouche équilibrée toute en finesse, classe et élégance, sans être riche, possède une très belle texture, super bon en ce moment.92-93
Some floral and white fruit hints in the nose, very balanced wine with classe and elegance, finesse rather then weight but still has enough richness, very good right now. — a month ago
Nice premier cru from St Aubin with just over 10 years age. Was honestly hoping for a bit more overall but this was an excellent pairing with some blackened sea bass. Not okay at all, definite green minerality characteristic that is hard for me to describe. Medium minus acid and the finish isn’t quite all encompassing. But still a nice wine. — 2 months ago
A producer I’m not familiar with. Les Combettes combines the intensity of Puligny with the generosity of the Meursault Charmes, which it borders.
I slow ox’ed this for an hour or so before enjoying half the bottle, then re-corked the second half for the next day. Definitely no pre-mox here, thankfully. Day one sported a mellow profile…medium bodied with honeysuckle, lemon oil dripped over limestone, and a high acid quick finish. Day two showed really nice improvement…channeled a bit of a Mersault flair with its richer/more rounded texture showing lemon-honey and sea salt popcorn. I’d hold this 3-5 more years. — a month ago