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Author: Allen Meadows
((from vines in both Puligny and Chassagne that is almost a 50/50 split and aged in 50% new wood).) This is slightly more densely fruited and just as complex if not quite as refined as the very ripe orchard fruit and white lower-infused nose is liberally sprinkled with lemon nuances that continue onto the round, rich and generous broad shouldered flavors that are very Batard in character and culminate in an explosive and palate staining finish of sensational persistence. I really like the poise and sense of harmony here and while it's too soon to know for sure, it's possible that this will one day catch the Chevalier as it's extremely impressive.
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International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 158
(13.3% alcohol, from grapes picked on the second day of the harvest): Good medium yellow. Musky peach and hazelnut on the nose. Juicy and energetic, with excellent cut to the peach and spice flavors. Boasts real nerve for Batard, especially from this vintage. The long finish displays subtle perfume. This very pure, fresh wine will need at least four or five years in bottle to reveal its inherent complexity. Very impressive.
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