Open and explosive mineral-driven aromatics of crushed stone, flintstone, smoke, slate, some citrus, sweet spices and also a touch of hazelnut and butter. It's medium+ bodied with still pretty high acidity. Long and mineral-driven finish. Beautifully aged Chassagne-Montrachet from this cooler Cru and vintage. The house-style of PYCM comes through in spades.
Pure lemon colour. Bright chewy fruit, peaches, grapefruit, lemon zest and a lick of very fine french oak. Has meshed nicely, all in balance, harmonious. Has nice mid-palate intensity but perhaps a little lighter on the finish, not short just not resonating either. Drinking nicely now.