Sparkling acidity on the brilliant candied nose at the first pour, but the amber color tells that this is showing its years and maturity. This possesses classic DRC Montrachet style of thick, dense and viscous ripe fruit. Many at our table preferred this over the more heralded 1989 DRC Montrachet.
Light Lumber in the High Country - Part 2: An absolutely perfect sample of this wine. A great nose of candy and fruit. Heavy, thick good acidity. Interestingly, we weren't sure how this would perform, and it soared.
Very complex aromas of crème brulee, honey, toast and peach. It has such high glycerol it is almost like sump oil at first but there is still just enough acidity to draw the finish out to what seems like an eternity. Awesome wine!
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