HDH auction tasting at Tru (Chicago, IL): Golden. Nose of golden raisins, dried apricots, and green apples, and definitely showing a bit of age. Almost a tinge of botrytis. The first impression on the palate is a Meursault of intense acidity with a very correct texture. A hint of creme brulee and tart stone fruit on the palate. Lengthy finish.
Deep golden color. Potent honey-laced citrus fruits and spice with a forward mineral component. Intense palate; maturing flavors. Large-scaled, with a an oily lanolin laden texture. Held and improved over several hours. Very nice wine.
Golden color. Ripe fruits, apple, asian pear and white flowers on the nose with wet rocks. Lush mouthfeel with refreshing acidity and fantastic minerality. As it sat in the glass, the aromas turned to more of a ginger-butter cookie. Delicious.
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