<10 tasting notes
This wine was advanced, tasting older than its 11 years. With rich gold colour and dried chrysanthemum notes and unctuous palate, one could easily imagine this to be at least 15 years old. Primary fruits have evolved into dried herbs and minerals and the acidity is so well integrated into the wine that the palate texture is soft and round, suggesting Meursault rather than a Chevalier-Montrachet in the blind tasting. Drink this wine now ¨C it is at its peak. (92)
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