If there is a better Bourgogne Blanc, please tell me. Nose absolutely dripping with lemon and crushed stone; amazing minerality. Noble reduction is minimal now, and this nose is so intense, and yet simultaneously subtle. On the palate, lovely density, stunning acidity, more pure lemon and wet stone. Perfectly mature and just wow. — 13 days ago
Nose displays a touch more oxidation than I would have imagined. Aromas of pear and red apple with notes of almonds and cream. Palate has oxidative quality as well but the minerality is quite vivid. Citrus and nutty tones on the finish. — 19 days ago
This is the third 2008 lieu dit I have tasted recently and so different than the others.
Nose displays a decent touch of reduction with lemon, lemon peel and tangerine fruit aromas wrapped in a pile of warm dry stones. Palate is racy and quit youthful with lots of citrus fruit and a touch of hazelnut with piercing mineral content. Finishes just a touch lean with the mineral component at the fore. I am not sure how this develops as it did not expand or change much over 2 hours in a decanter. — 13 days ago
A nice blend of cloves and fruit, very crisp! A cut above most of the Puligny and Chassagne Montrachet’s I’ve tried. This wine was an amazing complement to mushroom bisque and truffle ravioli. — 18 days ago
Bright lively fresh notes of lemon zest, tangerine, green apple, wet stones and subtly nutty notes. Palate is layered with citrus fruit, pear and incisive mineral aspects. Just hints at maturity with a almond and lactic accents. This is really a fabulous village wine that transmits the character of the vintage. — 18 days ago
Zamn zaddy — 24 days ago