Lite gold with medium viscosity in the glass. Complex nose of herbs, flowers, matchstick, pit fruit, meringue, melon, spice, white tea, wet stone and grass. Medium body with an unbelievably rich, round and complex halo of fruit, flint and spice around an uncut, almost flabby core. Somewhat diluted edges. Opening helped with the edges, but I preferred it at cellar temps. Medium finish. Entirely pleasing, though I need more focus and precision at this price.
Dinner at Jason's (Jason's House): This bottle far exceeded the other bottle I had. Lots of powerful citrus tones, flinty notes, some tropical fruits but very low acidity. Normally, low acidity would turn me off, but I couldn't get enough of this...
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(Didier Dagueneau Pouilly-Fumé Silex) Light canary yellow color; refined ripe and tart grapefruit and citrus nose; tart grapefruit, citrus, lime palate with definition and medium-plus acidity; medium finish 92+ pts.
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