Peach and lemon flavors are fused to butterscotch and sweet spice notes in this intense white. Accessible midpalate, firming up on the lingering finish. Best from 2018 through 2024. (BS)
The 2014 Chassagne-Montrachet Village from Bruno Colin has a flattering bouquet: subtle tropical fruit, hints of smoke and pear, then hazelnut developing just behind. The palate is fresh and vibrant with a twist of sour lemon on the entry, impressive mineralité and quite an austere but compelling finish. This punches above village cru level and is strongly recommended. (NM)
Here the wood treatment is no longer subtle and while it doesn't dominate there are hints of vanilla and toast sitting atop the petrol, resin and white orchard fruit-scented nose. This is a very rich, round and generously proportioned wine with its fleshy middle weight flavors that possess good if not distinguished depth and length. Note that this could be enjoyed young if that's your preference.
Subtle scents of pear, yellow stone fruits and spices. A step up in sweetness over the Saint-Aubin Le Charmois but still with a slightly tart quality to its pear and spice flavors. Finishes dry and salty, with decent length. (ST)
Creamy and as ripe as summer peaches, this is a simple Chassagne with pleasingly sweet fruit, held firmly by its oak. Drink it this summer with any fish off the grill.
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