(still has a good bit of unconverted malic acidity) Deep, oily, musky nose of iodine, charry oak and light sulfides. Very intensely flavored and minerally, but youthfully austere today. The malic acidity gives the lemon and apple flavors a distinctly hard aspect, yet this young Montrachet already shows superb density and considerable class. Conveys an almost saline impression of extract and finishes very long and firm. "More salty than vegetal," notes Morey.Author: Stephen Tanzer
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12 bottles owned by 8 collectors.
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