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2003 Yves Boyer Martenot Meursault Charmes Burgundy White 750 ml 4 $45.00
2004 Capitain Gagnerot Corton Charlemagne Burgundy White 750 ml 2 $49.00
2005 Lafon Meursault Clos de la Barre Burgundy White 750 ml 1 $149.00
2007 Pernot Bienvenue Batard Montrachet Burgundy White RP94 750 ml 1 $175.00
Musky, decadently floral, nose-wrinkling spice, and ripe pit-fruited notes rise from the glass of Pernot’s 2007 Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet. Almond paste, lightly toasted hazelnut, poached peach, candied orange rind, and brown spices inform a rich palate, whose impressive persistence preserves the senses of refreshment, energy, and lift characteristic of the best wines of this vintage. Nor are myriad mineral notes missing here, either. It will be fascinating to compare this wine’s evolution with that of the next-door Les Pucelles over the coming decade.
2009 Domaine Roulot Meursault Luchets Burgundy White 750 ml 1 $295.00
2010 Domaine Chandon de Briailles Corton Blanc Burgundy White 750 ml 1 $110.00
2010 Domaine Roulot Meursault Meix Chavaux Burgundy White 750 ml 1 $275.00
2010 Raveneau Montee de Tonnerre Burgundy White 750 ml 1 $315.00
2010 Sauzet Chevalier Montrachet Burgundy White BH94-96 750 ml 4 $450.00
An ultra-elegant nose is comprised of primarily floral and white orchard fruit with top notes of citrus and Chablis-style mineral reduction where the latter element accurately telegraphs the presence of an intense stoniness on the cuts-like-a-knife flavors that are not quite as delicate as those of the Bienvenues but almost. In exchange however they possess more power and all of the refinement before culminating in a bone dry finish that is notably more restrained and while hugely long, not really explosive. This is a stylish Chevalier of class and grace and should amply repay 10 to 12 years of cellar time.
2011 Domaine Roulot Meursault Meix Chavaux Burgundy White 750 ml 3 $250.00
2011 Jean-Marc Morey Chassagne-Montrachet Caillerets, 1er Burgundy White BH91h 750 ml 3 $79.00
There is a hint of exoticism together with an extremely fresh and elegant nose of acacia blossom, citrus and spice hints. The notably rich yet precise and wonderfully energetic medium weight flavors ooze a fine minerality on the admirably complex and driving finish. This is altogether lovely and really very stylish. AM
2011 Jean-Marc Morey Chassagne-Montrachet Caillerets, 1er Burgundy White BH91h 1.5 L 2 $155.00
There is a hint of exoticism together with an extremely fresh and elegant nose of acacia blossom, citrus and spice hints. The notably rich yet precise and wonderfully energetic medium weight flavors ooze a fine minerality on the admirably complex and driving finish. This is altogether lovely and really very stylish. AM
2011 Marc Colin Chassagne-Montrachet Les Champs-Gain Burgundy White 750 ml 2 $84.00
2012 Buisson-Charles Meursault VV Burgundy White BH88h 750 ml 7 $50.00
A beautifully fresh, cool and bright nose features aromas of white flowers, pear, apple, tea and toasted almond. There is both fine intensity and excellent richness to the delicious flavors where the old vines are very much in evidence thanks to the abundant dry extract. This tension-filled effort will need a few years to better develop the underlying depth but the material seems more than sufficient to allow this to occur. Recommended if you have the patience to wait a few years. AM
2012 Domaine Roulot Bourgogne Blanc Burgundy White 750 ml 2 $109.00
2012 Jean-Marc Morey Chassagne-Montrachet Caillerets, 1er Burgundy White BH91h 750 ml 6 $75.00
A ripe but airy nose features very fresh aromas of ever-so-mildly exotic dried apricot, peach, mango and jasmine hints. There is exceptional richness to the suave and concentrated medium-bodied flavors that possess both good volume and plenty of minerality on the seductively textured and citrus-inflected finish. This is a big wine by the standards of the appellation yet it remains harmonious and well-balanced plus it should drink a few years earlier than it usually does. Worth considering if you enjoy big but stony Chassagne. AM
2012 Jean-Marc Morey Chassagne-Montrachet Caillerets, 1er Burgundy White BH91h 1.5 L 2 $165.00
A ripe but airy nose features very fresh aromas of ever-so-mildly exotic dried apricot, peach, mango and jasmine hints. There is exceptional richness to the suave and concentrated medium-bodied flavors that possess both good volume and plenty of minerality on the seductively textured and citrus-inflected finish. This is a big wine by the standards of the appellation yet it remains harmonious and well-balanced plus it should drink a few years earlier than it usually does. Worth considering if you enjoy big but stony Chassagne. AM
2012 Michel Gay et Fils Beaune-Coucherias Burgundy White 750 ml 2 $38.00
2013 Buisson-Charles Chassagne-Montrachet En Remilly, 1er Burgundy White BH91h 750 ml 9 $60.00
A subtle touch of wood serves as an all but neutral backdrop for the cool, pure and ultra-fresh nose that is composed primarily by notes of lemon peel, floral and white orchard fruit scents. There is first-rate intensity to the overtly mineral-inflected medium weight flavors that deliver fine depth and outstanding length on the bone dry finale. This will need a few years of bottle age to unwind as it's presently extremely tight. AM
2013 Buisson-Charles Chassagne-Montrachet La Romanee Burgundy White BH92h 750 ml 1 $60.00
There is a very mild hint of the exotic to the ripe nose that offers an interesting contrast between the dried yellow fruit, petrol and citrus-suffused aromas that are trimmed in just enough wood to notice. There is a lovely sense of underlying tension to the impressively concentrated yet precise middle weight flavors that deliver even better length on the sappy and palate coating finish. This too will need a few years of cellaring before it will be completely ready for prime time enjoyment. AM
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