Community Tasting Notes (2) Avg Score: 90 points

  • Good value might be worth another few years in bottle.

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  • 100% Chardonnay
    from vines planted in 1950 and 1968 and farmed by lutte raisonnée.
    Manual harvest; primary and malolactic fermentation in tank (no new oak) with indigenous yeasts.
    Aged 18 months on lees in tanks and/or neutral oak.
    13% Abv
    Winemaker: Jean-Claude Bessin

    A(ccuracy)=2: Bright light lemon/gold. Nicely yeasty varietal.
    B(alance)=3: Distinctive components with firm acid structure.
    C(omplexity)=2: Peach, apple, citrus, mineral.
    D(epth)=1: Supple mouthfeel. Average length and finish.

    Wine Tally Score [2,3,2,1] = 8/10

    Excellent village level in difficult vintage.

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