Light golden yellow. Like a tasting two years prior, there was some wet stone and white musky fruit on the nose. On the palate, this tasted clearly like an aged chablis. The bracing acidity of the younger wines has given way to some round white fruit. The is still some citrus and minerality but these wines do change quite a bit over time. Overall, I tend to prefer the younger versions but this was a really nice drink. I will continue to save some of these for the long haul.
Color: not quite translucent straw. Nose: Wet stone, slightly musky white fruit. Palate: Relatively fullbodied and supple. White fruit without much in the way of citrus. Non dominant minerals notes. Reminded me a bit more of a mersault than chablis.
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