Light yellow/greenish. Evolving, quite complex Chablis aromatics-iodine, seashell, citrus, even a touch of tropical fruit. In the mouth, it starts with the glossy fatness (in Chablis terms) of Bougros, but as with my last bottle, this is buffered by outstanding acidity and complex, musky floral notes. Excellent core of citrus fruit that is not overripe or obviously botrytized. The longer it opens, the more the veneer of wood recedes and the leaner it becomes. I really enjoyed this bottle.
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