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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2009 Batard-Montrachet needs a few minutes in the glass to show its true pedigree. It is a big, big wine endowed with considerable richness and sheer power. Smoke, scorche...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Ripe peach, lime leaf, botanical herbs and salty soil tones on the nose. Broad-shouldered and hugely concentrated, with an almost solid impression of dry extract. Classic ch...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2009 Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet is an intense wine laced with tropical fruit, spices and mineral notes. It is a spherical Burgundy that fleshes out in all directions wit...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Sweet, fruit-driven aromas of fresh peach and pear. Very Puligny in its energy, focus and floral lift. Slightly bitter in a positive way, conveying an impression of salty ac...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2009 Chevalier-Montrachet is all about seductiveness. It is one of the more subdued, classy wines in the lineup. Sweet, perfumed and cashmere-like on the palate, the Cheva...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Less minerally and more fruity than the Chassagne samples that preceded it, showing charming aromas of peach, fresh apricot, white flowers and vanilla. Sweet, fresh, well-del...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale gold. Fresh melon and pear aromas are complemented by honey and orange zest. Juicy and light on its feet, offering pliant honeydew and candied citrus flavors enlivened ...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale yellow. Reticent nose hints at dried peach. Broader and more pliant than the Saint-Romain, with a touch of sweetness to its ripe stone fruit flavors. A nicely open-knit ...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Clover, honey, lemon, and chalk dust rise from the glass of Deux Montille 2006 Batard-Montrachet. Remarkably bright, lean, refined and full of primary fruit juiciness on the p...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2009 Meursault Les Boucheres is quite a bit tighter than the Casse-Tete. It possesses gorgeous energy and drive, with layers of vibrant fruit and terrific overall balance....
Burghound: This is slightly more elegant with a classic Meursault nose of ripe orchard fruit and roasted hazelnuts that dissolve gracefully into rich, full and palate staining flavors th...
Burghound: A pungent nose speaks of green fruit, resin and minerality that is trimmed in discreet wood notes that merge into round and attractively concentrated flavors that possess a bi...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: From the dramatic, steep hillside that rises behind the village and opposite the northern terminus of En Charlemagne (but is not rated premier cru), Deux Montille's 2007 Perna...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale yellow-green. High-pitched but reserved nose hints at apple, lemon and violet. Juicy and precise but youthfully tight, with lovely sharply defined lemon and stone flavors...
Cory Gowan: Vibrant pale gold. Very bright on the nose, with aromas of French vanilla, stone fruit, lemon rind, woodspice and green apple. Tart on entry, this medium-bodied effort fills t...
Burghound: A trace of sulfur can be discerned on the otherwise ripe but very Puligny-like nose of lemon, acacia blossom and wet stone. The racy, detailed, minerally and energetic flavors...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale color. White peach and nutmeg on the nose. Juicy and light on its feet, with lovely floral lift to its appley fruit. The sappy, dusty finish displays very good cut and l...