Medium gold color. Expressive nose of pineapple, mango, and lemon. Palate shows Meyer Lemon, pineapple, honeysuckle, and melon notes that carry into a medium finish. A great showing, well paired with summertime fare. Really, a tremendous value to my mind, given the price point alternatives. Drink.
Bright yellow color. Sweet apple, peach, pear, and pineapple on the nose. Palate follows with floral pear, pineapple, lemon, and some sweet mineral notes that carry into a medium finish. Went well as the base for a mussel and clam boil with fennel and lime thyme as the herb elements. Drink.
Medium-light yellow color. Floral pear, melon, and apple aromas. Palate has sweet apple and pear with honeysuckle and some lemon notes that carry into a medium-short finish. Not as sharp as the first bottle sampled earlier in the year, but a nice showing. Drink with the vintage.
A simple, straightforward yet very decent entry-level white Burg, showing lots of citrus and herbal notes on both the nose & palate. Moderate acidity & a medium-length finish. Not particularly complex or terroir-driven, but a good example of basic Burgundian chardonnay.
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