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Author: Allen Meadows
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Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 104
($115; Noel refers to this wine as Brigitte Bardot) Musky aromas of lime, mint, flowers and grilled herbs. Dense and chewy but light on its feet. A very complex wine of considerable finesse. There nothing aggressive about this grand cru.
Author: Pierre Rovani
Creamed spices can be found in the nose of the 2001 Bienvenue-Batard-Montrachet. This wine's future quality will depend on whether it fleshes out as it finishes elevage. If so, it may well deserve an outstanding score. Light to medium-bodied, it reveals loads of minerals and quartz-like flavors in its pure, crystalline, tightly-wound personality. It has lovely concentration, length, and depth yet remains compressed and ungenerous.
Author: Per-Henrik Mansson
Lovely and very distinctive. Menthol and new-wood aromas, with ultrasweet fruit--in the tropical sense--offering pineapple, mango and sorbetlike lime mingled with honey. Full-bodied, with a long finish, but you've got to like 'em oaky!
Trust Rating: 98
Tasted On: 10/13/2008
Drink Dates: 2008-2016
One of the finest Bienvenues I have ever had. Great richness and very racy. Elegant.
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