The difficult nose is currently dominated by sulfur and is unreadable. There is less richness but more refinement and more minerality to the medium-bodied flavors that offer a bit more overall depth and length. This too should drink well early on yet benefit from a few years of keeping.
The 2015 Morey-Saint-Denis 1er Cru Mont Luisants Blanc offers very subtle hints of white chocolate and blanched almonds on the nose that opens with enthusiasm in the glass. The palate is fresh and vibrant with very fine salinity. It is pierced by a keen line of acidity that keeps the mouth tingling long after the wine has departed. I appreciate the tension and race here and it should age with style over several years.(NM)
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