Here the SO2 is almost invisible and only those who are acutely sensitive to it are likely to be bothered. Otherwise, the nose is almost as elegant as that of the En Remilly with an airy, pure and citrusy aromatic profile that marries into refined, minerally and precise middle weight flavors that are also quite fine yet there is good focus and power on the solidly long finish. This is both stylish and classy.
Bruno Colin's 2007 Puligny-Montrachet La Truffiere (reflecting half a hectare, half in old vines) was bottled in February, while the other premier crus were bottled in December. Peach, grapefruit, and mint on the nose presage a ripe but cool and refreshing palate underlain by salt and chalk. This bright, rather spare, but penetrating and long-finishing wine needs a couple of years to show what it can do. For fans of active acidity and interaction of mineral and citrus elements, it will already be a treat. I suspect it will replay following for at least 6-8 years.
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