Expressive bouquet of white floral, spice, lemon lime citrus, hint of caramel and hazelnut. It displays white spice and notes of citrus on entry with precision and rather high acidity. Very mineral inflicted from the mid till the end with wet stones and grape fruits.
Nose of floral and mineral. Apple, brioche leading to a wet stone mineral finish. Tart acidity goes with the rich roundness. Light to medium bodied and energetic, but a bit of structure to it. Needs to knit together more for some, b/c it's perhaps a touch scatter-shot but it's bounding without being in your face. Delightful.
PopnPour, tasted over 3 hrs and day 3 -translucent light gold -ripe yellow fruits -med acidity, soft round almost plush mouthfeel, ripe yellow fruits bordering on tropical, some minerality emerges late -pleasant, though a bit unfocused at this infant stage with abundant baby fat
Light yellow. Some sulfur clouds the aromatics, but you still get floral, flinty tones. Lacier than the Princee and less generous in texture and fruit. Fine, steely and long, also tart on the finish. This brought Puligny to mind and definitely needs time.