Served during a timed blind tasting competition of the Confrerie des Chevaliers de tastevin. Flight 1. Medium-light yellow. Nose of citrus with a fresh palate entry, creamy at the same time providing a good mid mouth feel. Best wine of the first flight.
Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin Singapore, Potel Tasting. (Harbour Grill, Hilton Hotel, Singapore): This was rather good indeed. Nice clean fruit on the nose, a little pear, but more on the pineapple and citrus range, with a clear streak of flinty minerality undergirding the wine throughout. The palate had a nice sense of structure with high acidity balancing out the big alcohol. Almost elegant. It was certainly better balanced and more well put together than the Meursault VV tasted together. Great intensity of flavours, long mouthwatering finish. Seems almost ready.
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(Potel Nicolas Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot) The nose is mineral with a citrus twist. Concentrated, the minerality really comes through on the mid-palate and into the finish. Despite the concentration, this wine is all about mineral rather than fruit flavours - very impressive.
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