A ripe style, verging on exotic, offering apricot, peach and oak spice flavors. This is immediately appealing, yet features lively acidity driving the finish. Best from 2019 through 2027.
This is very pretty, opening in the glass with a bouquet of white flowers, hazelnut, crème pâtissière, green pear and a touch of toasted wheat. It's full-bodied, juicy and vibrant, with a charmingly glossy attack and a penetrating, precise finish. (WK)
A well-layered nose offers up an assortment of aromas that include exotic fruit hints of lychee nut and white peach along with notes of pear, petrol and floral wisps. The flavor profile is interesting in that it is at once succulent and concentrated yet relatively refined with a bit more vibrancy on the lemon zest-infused finale. This is slightly firmer than the Champs Gain though it would be no vinous crime to enjoy this early on.
Bright, pale yellow with green highlights. Subtle aromas of pear, mint and menthol come across as a bit shallower than those of the Clos Saint-Jean. Supple, juicy and dry, with its pear and herb flavors complicated by a saline element. Can't match the Clos Saint-Jean for cut but avoids the exotic side of the vintage. (ST)
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