The 2014 Chassagne Montrachet is a touch more muted on the nose compared to the 2014 Puligny Villages, but it just needs a little more coaxing with honeysuckle and beeswax aromas. The palate is taut and fresh, very citric in the mouth with lime and citrus lemon, hints of orange zest developing towards the satisfying finish that has a little more depth than the Puligny. This is lovely. (NM)
11 months in oak. Véronique Drouhin’s favourite village for white wine this year. 11 months in oak. Very definite character here: cedar, mealy oak and lovely fresh depth of citrus fruit, the winemaking held back to reveal that freshness, overall rather gentle. (JH)
*Outstanding* A discreet hint of petrol can be discerned on the apple, resin and pear-scented nose. There is excellent concentration to the relatively powerful middle weight flavors that are blessed with very solid amounts of sappy dry extract that imparts an attractive mouth feel to the intense, serious and lingering finish. This is not a refined Chassagne villages but it is more concentrated then either the Meursault or Puligny.
Pale, bright yellow. Rich, fresh aromas of apple, lime and white flowers. Plush and broad on the palate, but with good precision to the orchard fruit and floral flavors. Nicely done. (ST)
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