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Burghound: Relatively strong sulfur notes definitely detract from the otherwise complex nose of pain grillé, ripe green apple and wet stone aromas. There is however good volume and mid-p...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Musky, highly complex aromas of lemon, lime and hazelnut. Sweet on entry, then impressively tensile in the middle palate, offering superb intensity to its citrus, spice and mi...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Lime oil and apple on the nose; still a trace of malic acidity remaining. Juicy and precise, with good limey cut carrying through to the gripping back end.
About this Wine: Guava, lychee, passion flower.  Fruit forward with hazelnut and almond elements with some toasty oak.  Stonefruit, minerality, earthiness.  Long, smooth, lingering...
Burghound: In contrast to the prior three grands crus, the wood treatment is much more discreet if not invisible and more complementary to the white fruit, sea shell and iodine aromas th...
Burghound: This is not quite as elegant as the wood is a bit more obvious but offers more aromatic breadth with floral and spice notes added to the tidal pool and white orchard fruit aro...
Wine Spectator: A delicious young white, from the acacia, lime blossom and hazelnut aromas and flavors to the long, mineral- and spice-tinged aftertaste. It's all underscored by a vibrant str...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: ($155) Bright, pale yellow. Restrained aromas of stone fruits, clove, nuts and minerals. Fruitier and sweeter in the mouth than the Clavoillon, with enticing harmonious acidit...
Wine Spectator: This white is intense in aroma, firm in structure and complex in flavor. Lemon zest, yellow plum and floral notes build around a core of mineral as it develops and changes acr...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright, pale yellow. Restrained aromas of stone fruits, clove, nuts and minerals. Fruitier and sweeter in the mouth than the Clavoillon, with enticing harmonious acidity but l...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: A classic old-style California Chardonnay displaying citrus, lime oil, green apples, with plenty of acidity but very good flavors as well, this is California's version of a Fr...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Sexy, almost surprisingly accessible aromas of peach, white flowers, honey, smoke and truffle. Pliant and silky, with good volume but much more grip than the Puligny villages ...
Wine Spectator: #41 on Wine Spectator Top 100 (2009). Bright, tangy and elegant, this vibrant wine has grapefruit and pineapple flavors at the fore, picking up apple and spice as the finish l...
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...
About this Wine: Grape variety: Chardonnay
Exposure: South South-East Right Bank
Soil: Kimmeridgian limestone
Age of the vines: Around 15 years
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2007 Lindaflor Chardonnay is medium gold-colored with an attractive bouquet of toast, butterscotch, apple, poached pear, and pineapple. Full-bodied and smooth-textured, it...