Less perfumed than the Referts but the most complex of this collection, with aromas of orange, stone fruits, flowers, spices and wet stone. Chewy and ripe but uncompromisingly dry, with citrus, nectarine and spice flavors nicely framed by lively acids. Builds impressively on the back end, finishing very long and fresh, with a complicating note of vanillin oak. Just three barrels were made from these very old vines in 2003. (ST)
Fashioned from vines that are over 100 years old in the Ormeau vineyard (between the Coche-Dury and Guy Roulot estates but across the street), the 2003 Meursault La Seve du Clos (white) displays rich aromas of pears and flowers. Medium-bodied, deep, and focused, it is a quintessentially pretty wine with sappy white fruit flavors. (PR)
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