Last had a bottle of this about four years ago (which was beautiful), and with a number of reports of premox I thought I should open another bottle. No worries here, as this is drinking very young and seems like it could go on for many years. While the previous bottle was decanted, I decided to simply pop and pour this one. Gorgeous nose of fresh flowers and yellow fruit. Lively palate, yet has a smooth, easy drinking texture, with zippy fresh fruit. It then seemed to shut down for a short while before opening up again to its initial gorgeous state. I'll add to this note on day #2. Not much to add, other than it's holding up just fine.
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(Boillot Jean Puligny-Montrachet Clos de la Mouchère) Medium lemon-yellow. A nose of baked bread and higher, more diffuse tones. The palate has lovely smooth acidity and a depth of soft but concentrated high-toned fruit. There's just a quick flash of something that shouts 'Puligny' in the mid palate, followed by a long savoury, slightly spicy - perhaps ginger - finish. As usual this is an excellent wine and it's certainly a 'buy', but to drink today I'd put Amoit's 'Vergers' a little ahead based on its fresh citrussy purity and joie-de-vivre.
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