Burghound – 90-92
A more floral-infused nose freely offers up its aromas of acacia, lavender and rose petal that are trimmed in hints of honeysuckle, lemon-lime and wood toast. The medium weight flavors are finer but less concentrated and notably less powerful though I like the texture and finishing salinity as well as the fine depth.
Vinous – 90-92
(these vines are between 50 and 60 years old): Bright medium yellow. Sexy leesy nuances to the aromas of ripe peach, apricot and spices, plus a hint of dried fruits. At once silky and firm on entry; can’t match the Meursault premier crus for richness or depth but sound acidity gives this wine good citrus bite. A tight, energetic midweight in a drier style, in need of a longer élevage. Quite firm on the finish. These vines were not picked especially early, according to Morin.