Pure and very fresh nose of lemon lime citrus and white rubber. Laser precise on the palate with nice citrus fruits, melons, some minerals, and just a hint of salinity in the background. Only traces of sulphur and match stick. Obviously not at the level of the Roulot crus, but for a $40 Bourgogne, a pretty great bottle.
Opens up a bit shy and needs some air to open up. Citrus, lime infused minerality with a touch of smoke. With 2 hours of air it really smoothes out and becomes outrageously good for a simpel bourgogne blanc.
Clear. Greenish yellow. Clean nose, youthfull. Medium intensity on the nose, a refined style. Aromas of apples, orchard fruits and a clear sense of minerality. Very lively and vibrant. The palate is (as expected) very sleek and energetic, lots of acidity, but with some years of development the fruit has become more apparant and the body a bit more present, so that the balance is in order. Good weigth on the palate, good concentration, but follows in every way the style of the house. A very good wine for the price.
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