Medium yellow. Hazelnut nose. Medium weight with noticeable wood imparting some real texture, a bit of spice, and ripe fruit in balance with the acidity. Very good Bourgogne and you can tell it comes from a Meursault producer.
Nose of floral and slight buttery richness. Palate bit heavy with the wood influence but also some stone to balance it. Ripe with hints of tropical fruits and round and less precise but fairly pure. Medium weight. Medium acid. Medium length.
Perhaps suffered a bit after a chablis with much better acid and which I preferred. I get the order. The second white simply wasn't going to show as well, so I'll add an extra point. It's a solid entry level white burgundy on the richer side.
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