There are things to like in this wine, but for starters it very much lacks Meursault typicity - oatmealy, anise notes dominate on the nose and the mealyness along with a dry honey note carries through on entry, but what then emerges is a nicely rich and long finish with maybe a pineapple note throughout. Color looks quite young and the wine still has an acid backbone, but I haven't a clue where it is going. Not remotely in the first rank of 2008 Meursault Perrieres, but a good drink nonetheless.
Tasted blind in a large flight of domestic and French Chards. Easily picked out as a White Burgundy, this wine showed a nice golden hue, clear, almost vibrant. A little muted on the nose, with notes of candied apple and spice. Light to medium in body, with a clean finish.
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