A backdrop of oak toast does not materially detract from the airy but ripe nose that also displays mostly yellow orchard fruit scents along with notes of apple, pear and an appealing floral hint. The textured, saline and solidly concentrated flavors possess a finer mouth feel and a bit more minerality on the equally persistent finish where a hint of bitter lemon appears.
The 2013 Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Clos St Jean has a very harmonious bouquet with scents of apricot blossom and white peach: conservative but delineated. This is very feminine, very pretty. The palate is currently showing the new wood a little more than the others 2013s from Niellon, although there is sufficient fruit to absorb that with one or two years in bottle. I will give this the benefit of the doubt.
A vein of mineral weaves throughout this apple-, lemon- and spice-flavored white. Vivid acidity dominates the finish, leaving a mouthwatering impression and a hint of spice. Best from 2018 through 2025.
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