wow was this dissappointing. Color said it all when poured, and while still had an attractive nose of pure minerals, on the palate fruit was pretty much gone and there was little in the way of grand cru pedigree to recognize.
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(Pernot Paul Bienvenues-Bātard-Montrachet) Pale yellow. Another subdued nose. Palate is much wider than the preceding wines. The finish comes with a crescendo of fruit. Spoiled by just a hint of spritz, despite that, a fine wine.
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