Huge difference between this bottle and the one had two months ago. . .very soft, perhaps too much so.
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Long, tight cork in excellent condition. Pale yellow. Citrus aromas. Very crisp sour fruit. No detectable oak! Great texture. Light on its feet.
Tasted when bottle opened. Pale lemon. Not offering much aroma. Quite tart and tightly wound. Medium texture. Needs time.
light yellow in color. floral, vegetative, wet straw, green pea, on the nose. mineral, grapefruit, lemon, lime peel, stone, tart fruit, sweet, on the palate. medium acid on this low-medium crisp finish.
Restrained elegance and at the same time racy and juicy. Exciting in the glass with fresh aromas. Stuctured, taut, with moutwatering tartness. Wonder what further bottle age will bring.
Delicious, luxurious. Very clean with pronounced acidity and minerality.
Burgs About Town; 9/28/2012-9/29/2012 (Various Purveyors, San Francisco): Pale. Green fruit and oyster shell. Light weight, dry and intense with driving acidity. Excellent and fine.
Crisp aromas of honeyed apples, grass and a touch of petrol. Rich yet crisp with flavors of apples, honey and buttery pastry. Salinity is apparent early but subsides over time.
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