I didn't try this but everyone said it was really really good, they described it as full bodied with some oomph... it was preferred by them over the Henri Germain Meursault Chevalieres 2010 which was left over from the prior evening
pretty good and decent value, best on night one where there med acid provided the tension and fruit were citrus but not racy, rather it was in the middle of the puckering-racy / rounded-softer spectrum, also some minerals and a bit of nuttiness... nice drinking but didn't WOW us
A rather amazing Meursault for its powerful concentration yet elegant refinement. Just unpacking itself but really, how could I resist. IT was utterly delicious after two hours in a decanter. Worth its price tag, although that is quite high at $100 a bottle.
Top Burgundy Tasting at the Sotto Lounge. (Netherlands): A blend of 70% En l’Ormeau and 30% Casse Tête. A very precise nose of lime, apple, fresh pear and chalky minerality. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very pure, with superb minerality, brisk acids and laser like focus on the finish. Absolutely brilliant for their appellation.
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