Popped, poured, and consumed over the course of about 2 hours. More medium than full bodied, layered, complex, and refined with terrific acidity that both drives and invigorates the palate. Offers up a multifaceted aromatic and flavor combination of lemon curd, citrus, flowers, roasted nuts, and minerals. Dinner at Piccolo.
Reminds me of a slightly more unwound version of the 2011 PYCM St Aubin 1er Cru I had earlier this year. Lemon curd, hazelnuts and a touch of butter, all cut with laser-like acidity. Wonderful pairing with top-notch Chinese takeout. A pleasure to drink tonight.
Showing some age with its pale golden color and slight hazelnut on the finish. Nose had restrained peach, pear and citrus fruit along with chalky mineral and hint of vanilla. Palate had elegant balance of medium fruit, mineral and fresh acidity; nothing poking out. The finish was cleansing, complex, and balanced and led into a nicely persisting aftertaste. Beautiful with pan seared grouper.
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