Taut and well-oaked, this delivers lemon cake, apple and baking spice flavors. Balanced on the lean side, gaining richness with air. The elements dovetail with a tactile feel on the long finish. (BS)
The 2015 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Boudriotte is already quite expressive, revealing a pretty bouquet of spring flowers, white peach and pastry cream--the prelude to an elegant mid-weight wine with an expansive, elegant, textural profile. It wouldn't be a crime to drink this in its youth. The Boudriotte is generally the most open knit and approachable of Ramonet’s Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Crus, typically being bottled in December, while the more serious 1er and Grand Crus spend additional time in barrel. (WK)
Very pale, bright yellow. High-pitched scents of citrus peel, white flowers and dusty brown spices. Juicy, savory wine with a subtle crystallized lemon sweetness and pliancy to its herb and mint flavors. Sound acidity here but not at all hard, or even particularly tight or backward. I suspect this will drink well early for its sweetness and pliancy but also last. Lovely saline complexity on the firm, long finish. (ST)
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