Powerful and complex nose with good balance between toasty oak, yellow fruit, citrus, bread and Anjou pears. Hidden behind these immediate aromas there linger minerally notes of oyster shells. Good, full nose. Extremely tasty and succulent wine. Medium-fullish body, very well-structured. There's a backbone of citrus, acid and good grip. Around this the oak, yellow fruit and the fattiness of the wine is woven. Lovely minerally finish. Very tasty and good craftmanship. But to determine whether the wine is from Meursault or Chassagne would be hard. Can be cellared but no need.
Deep golden hay colour. Dense and serious, developed bouquet, dominated by minerals, touch of honey, peach fruit mixed with greengage. Full bodied on the palate, honey and minerals, yellow plum. Good acidity that carries over to a lingering finish dominated by hazelnut. Not for the faint hearted, demanding and powerful. Drinks now.
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