Initial impressions of green apple, citrus, wet stone and mineral. Same on the palate. Still quite restrained from this excellent white burgundy vintage of 8 years ago. Quite lean for a Premier Cru Meursault and leaner than most good Australian Chardonnays The oak is clearly dialled back to match the power of the fruit in this cooler vintage. A touch of salinity at the finish. — 4 days ago
A last minute grab from total wine.
Chilled and opened. Gradual aeration.
Full bodied and heavy for a Meursault. Lots of creaminess and oak. Quite delicious. Very smooth and balanced on acidity vs fruit and oak. No distinguishable fruit but very enjoyable.
Paired with middle eastern food. It worked. — 4 days ago
Wow! Couleur ne montre aucun signe de fatigue. Arômes fines d'agrumes, nectarines, fleurs blanches. Une bouche parfaite, finesse, fraîcheur, élégance, belle acidité, équilibre et classe, surtout une finale interminable. 95-96
Colour shows no sign of aging. Such a classy nose and wine, light citrus, white flowers too, such class, elegance and balance, so fresh and deep too, extremely long finish. — 12 days ago
Savory, salty, pear, Fuji apple and some ripe citrus with a light hazelnut toast on the nose, the palate is sharper, good acidity, could use a little more, a med/med+ body, med+ length of the finish. Maybe it's the 13 vintage that lacks just a little energy that 12/14 has. Still very enjoyable at almost 10, has probably another 3-5 years. — 18 days ago
Taken to Selby's in Redwood City. Medium gold color. Heavy in the glass. Killer nose with notes of apricot, petrol, citrus, wet river stone and lots of tan spice. Palate staining in the mouth with a ton of acidity that is balanced against the rich fruit. Can't believe this is a Village wine. — 17 days ago