Pear and crushed stone on the mineral-driven nose. Not a fat or fleshy style but displays good energy and precision and an impression of sappy extract. Much less easygoing today than the last few premier crus, even a bit tart in the early going. Finishes classically dry, firm and long, with very good cut.
Here the nose is compositionally similar to the Chassagne villages but is both a bit more elegant and more complex as well. I very much like the mouth feel of the energetic medium-bodied flavors that exhibit a hint of lemon zest on the bright, delicious and moderately dry finale that delivers very good persistence.
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