Has started to shut down. You get a light nuttiness on the nose coupled with some citrus and mineral. It is dense and pulpy in the mouth with a strong mineral spine and a sappy finish loaded with dry extract.
Friday Night Double Blind Mondo $100+ (Bin 75): Light yellow green; rich nose, brioche, vanilla, heavier, almost waxy, flinty chalk, mineral is strong though oak is prominent; strong lemon, thicker texture on the palate, rich, nice new oak, lots of nobility; very youthful; nailed it.
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(Bonneau du Martray Corton-Charlemagne) Light yellow color; focused, ripe lemon, lemon peel, mineral nose; tasty, elegant, rich but poised, tart lemon, mineral, tart pear palate; needs 5-plus years; long finish
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