Sea shell/breeze, lemon zest, vanilla, underripe pear, toasted oak. On the leaner side, but still enough orchard fruit and a hint of oak in the finish to add complexity and fullness. Good stuff. — 3 months ago
Nutty on the top of mouth, but slightly lemony. V unpopular with the women of the family. — 2 years ago
This is Mercurey White (not Pinot Noir)
Just fading in 2021 (lockdown)
However the 2013 is superb. — 4 months ago
Solid and over performs at the price — 9 months ago
Light, floral, fruity, heavier tannins on the finish. Not to acidic. Very nice drinkable 1st cru. — 2 years ago
Rose petal, cherry, an earthy component too, a touch of caramel and bit of heat. Wow this is intense. The palate is a monster. There is width, matter, length. There is a massive acid drive, a good grip on the sides with a matter which you could chew on, a rather round, spherical mid palate with an explosive cherry, and a long finish with cherry, these rose notes in retro, and a tiny bit of bitterness to make it classy and to add a layer of complexity. I would have loved a tad more fruit on the nose, up front in the palate and toward the end (maybe a vintage thing) but I'm grateful for the experience. Sometimes you just feel the need to upgrade your standards right 😊? — 9 months ago
Dry and acidic. Classic Aligote. Unripe peach, green apple, and grass. — a year ago
Nose is lemon curd, green apple, sea shells, and old, funky oak.
Lots of zippy lemony and green apple acidity on the palate. A bit of underripe tropical fruit as well as great minerality. The wood notes are subtle and hint at vanilla with some lingering oak on the finish.
A leaner, very refined expression of white Burgundy. A bit Chablis like, but with more oak richness...great stuff either way and for a great price. — 2 years ago