Very mineral nose: chalk, crushed oyster shell, some strong citrus scent too along with a petrol thing. Superb palate with a wonderful balance, some strong acid backbone, lemon all around, some great width with a soft touch on the sides, some discreet passion fruit and other exotic fruits here and there too. The persistence is crazy and start from a huge mid palate which kick-starts a finish that lasts for ever. Lemon, chalk, small white flowers, some exotic touches in a firework of a finish. Well crafted grand cru is another league (even if I preferred dauvissat's premier cru la forest 2011) — a day ago
Absolument wow! Au Pere Bise, 210 euros !!! Un vol si on compare le prix chez les cavistes. Le vin a une amplitude et une profondeur incroyable. Le millésime transparaît et le vin semble etre moins droit, vif et minéral que d’autres millésimes, ce qui pour moi n’est pas un defaut. La bouche est gorgée de fruits exotiques, de citron, de miel. C’est riche, crémeux. Le vin blanc des vacances ! — 18 days ago
Impressive for its delicate nose of guava, grapefruit and lime, yet presents weight and energy on the palate. Neutral to zero oak, with gooseberry and lime notes on the mid-palate. Finishes with flinty minerality and vibrant acidity. Good value from France - The Fulton, NYC. — 8 days ago
This wine will raise a few eyebrows. Truth be told, I don’t usually care for Petit Chablis as many of them are austere without much flavor. But lately, I’m discovering a few that are different - better fruit, better winemaking. This is one of those. Fuller bodied with prominent green apple and white fruit. Cutting acidity, but not steely or austere. Really good - I could drink this every day! 2018 vintage on Aug 6, 2019 — 3 days ago
Nose has bright lemon, lemon pith, tangerine peel, wet limestone and cut green apple.
Palate has limestone dusted lemon wedge, just a touch of dry sweetness, lime peel, pineapple core with trailing note of honey.
Solid weeknight Burgundy, 2016, this wine has plenty of time in front of it. Future bottles can be 2021+. — 4 days ago
Really enjoying this. Another muted nose, suggesting it’s being served below optimal temp. That being said, it’s still pristine with notes of almond and butterscotch to begin, followed by sherbet and citrus fruits. Medium-weighted, complemented with a bright finish. Good bang for the buck! — a day ago
Tasted blind. Light gold color. Leesy old white burg nose. Notes of stones, pit fruit, a little apricot and some honeydew melon. Luscious fruit in the mouth with fine grained acidity. Builds its impact with air. Great wine. Guessed 90 Bonneau du Martray CC. — 4 days ago