The 2011 Le Mont Sec from Domaine Huët is also a bit gently structured- particularly by the very high standards of this estate- but, it is a very tasty wine that shows just a bit more mid-palate intensity than the very good Le Haut Lieu Sec from this vintage. The nose is a lovely blend of apple, quince, dried flowers, a touch of lanolin, gentle notes of honey and chalky soil tones and a nice dollop of orange peel in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and wide open for business, with good focus and nascent complexity, very respectable depth at the core, nice framing acids and a long, bright and classy finish. Again, the late season rains of 2011 have taken away just a bit of the concentration here, but the wine is drinking well out of the blocks and should age nicely for at least the next dozen years. In the context of the vintage, it is a very successful wine. (Drink between 2013-2025)
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