A restrained but refined nose of green and white fruit aromas nuanced by floral and citrus hints gives way to equally refined, pure and impressively complex middle weight flavors that carry an underlying touch of minerality and excellent definition and this offers notably more relief on the long and impressively intense finish that is typically found in most examples of Charmes. Perhaps more importantly, I very much liked the underlying sense of harmony and this, along with the Perrières, impressed more than any other wine in the range. *Outstanding*
Medium yellow. Sweeter aromas of yellow peach, butter, vanilla, hazelnut and menthol; very Meursault. Then juicy and firmly built, with lemony acidity and a mineral component contributing firmness and vivacity. This really resounds on the mineral-driven back end. Charmes in a Perrieres style, in need of four years of aging. (ST)
The combination of creaminess and refreshment of which its vintage is capable are no doubt reinforced in Boyer’s 2007 Meursault Charmes by the effect of its marrying both very high elevation, stony and low, chalk-rich sections of this cru. Also in typical vintage fashion, it is juicy and generously satisfying through and through, with toasted nuts, spice, and vanilla accenting fresh citrus in a refreshing and persistent if not terribly complex finish. I would plan to enjoy this over the next 4-5 years. (DS)
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