This was interesting. Light color, soft aromatics. Very lemony - mineraly flavor - would not have pegged as chardonnay or white burg. Enjoyable, but I was expecting a little more based on the vintage and a friend's recommendation.
The look is clear medium lemon. A clean, light-medium nose but very restrained, maybe a bit citrusy, a touch of white flowers. On the palate: wow! Lemon, butter, honey, medium-plus acidity, lots of salty minerality. Medium-full bodied, caressing mouthfeel, long finish.
A classy, delicious wine in which every element is just right.
Always my favorite white burg value, this is of equal quality to the 09 I think, but as expected it's a little more tense and less open. Still super delicous now, but not quite as voluptuous (not that this wine is ever exactly voluptuous). Incredibly classy and long for its level. All lemons, rocks, seashell, honey, minerals. Just gorgeous.
Light lemon in color. Aromatics are somewhat quiet but give off a little white orchard fruit. Very classy in the mouth with very crisp acidity, green fruit and minerals. The wine is very persistent on the palate. The wine clearly speaks of its place as well as its vintage. Domaine Rollin has done so well in 2010.
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