The 2014 Chassagne-Montrachet 1Er Cru les Champs Gain has a little more precision on the nose compared to the Chevevottes, with a hint of star anise in the background and lending a touch of exoticism. The palate is fresh and vibrant on the entry with lemon zest and orange zest notes, a fine line of acidity and a gentle build towards a satisfying and harmonious finish. (NM)
*Outstanding* This is sufficiently reduced to require a thorough aeration if you're going to try a bottle young. Otherwise there is excellent vibrancy and detail to the delicious middle weight flavors that display unusually good cut for the appellation, all wrapped in a tension-filled and persistent finish. This pretty effort should benefit from a few years of bottle age to better develop the overall depth. *Outstanding*
Lots of mineral stuff on the nose. Then rich fruit on the front palate. Lime and tension. Should get there in the end.
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