My first ever Montrachet. New oak still evident. Very high concentration, dense body. Ripe white and yellow fruits, vanilla and very enticing flowery aromatics developping with time. Beautiful, beautiful wine. The empty glass smelled as well as the full one.
Dale Does Minneapolis (Brad's House): A great find at a local retailer this weekend. The nose was huge and wonderful. A bit reserved rather than forward on the palate, with pineapple, nuttiness, and some wood. Really nice. Short to medium finish. Still youthful, this is wonderful to drink now, but should hold as well. We came back to the last third of the bottle after four or five hours. It had started to fall apart by then. Overall, a great drink, ready now, that we would love to try again.
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