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Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Very closed nose hints at orange, pear and flowers. Lemony and brisk in the mouth, with saline and stone notes currently dominating. Bright acidity verges on tart. This has...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Perfumed, complex aromas and flavors of pineapple, soft citrus fruit and smoky, flinty minerality. Rich, sweet and deep; really saturates the mouth and builds on the back end...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale bright yellow. Lemon and spicy oak on the nose. Sweet and fresh, with good acid spine to the pure floral and lemon flavors. Boasts good tension and sap for Poruzots. Fini...
Chris Greene: Vivid straw hue. Smokey gun-flint aromas come to the fore, with coriander, chamomile and lemon verbena following. The entry opens with lemon curd, brioche and fresh herbs, wit...
Wine Spectator: Floral, honeydew melon and lime zest highlight this white. It's delicate for the vintage, with moderate acidity keeping it fresh and long on the finish. Drink now through 2016...
Jeff Loo: Pale yellow. After a little bit of air, this opens and behaves like a classic Puligny. White peach, green apple and pear are infused with notes of coconut, wet stones and crus...
Burghound: Mild reduction cannot completely mask the lightly wooded green fruit and wet stone aromas that merge seamlessly into rich, round and equally stony broad-shouldered flavors tha...
Burghound: A notably more elegant nose of mild wood, ripe pear, floral and spice hints that lead to rich, round and more graceful medium-bodied flavors that exude a fine minerality on th...
Jeff Loo: Located at the foot of the Corton hill, Michel Mallard strives to produce wines that support age and finesse. The 1er Cru 'Les Grechons' from Ladoix is rarely seen. The 2009 i...
Burghound: Soft wood sets off mildly exotic white and yellow orchard fruit aromas that lead to rich, round and impressively concentrated flavors that possess a succulent, indeed even opu...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright pale yellow. Orange blossom and minerals on the nose. Distinctly velvety in the mouth but a step up in energy from the Caillerets thanks to the wine's reverberating min...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Pale, greenish-yellow. Brisk aromas of lemon, lime and crushed stone. Rich, dense and very ripe but more minerally than the Rougeots; a note of marzipan shades to hazelnutty...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright yellow. Ripe but cooler aromas of citrus fruits, with hints of marzipan and apricot emerging with air. Juicy and fruity in the mouth, with a solid impression of acidity...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2009 Chevalier-Montrachet has some of the richness of the Bienvenues but with the energy of the Batard. It possesses lovely balance, an understated personality and fine te...
Burghound: This also displays very generous wood that fights somewhat with the notably ripe yellow orchard fruit that is borderline exotic in character. The big, powerful and impressivel...