Robert Parker – 94
The 2020 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Caillerets is also superb, mingling aromas of citrus oil and peach with notes of nutmeg, freshly baked bread and wet stones. Medium to full-bodied, layered and chalky, it’s taut and incisive, with racy acids and a long, saline finish.
Jasper Morris – 94-96
In barrel, unracked. Excellent mid lemon colour. Lively, more in fruit than reduction, the classic steely backbone, then signs of ripeness come up at the back, a light honeysuckle. This is very long and fine and will make a complex bottle with excellent texture, perhaps from the elevage.
Burghound – 93-95
(Sweet spot Outstanding) There is a vaguely Chablis-like character to the overtly mineral reduction infused aromas of white peach, quinine and plenty of citrus elements. There is first-rate volume to the concentrated and markedly stony medium weight plus flavors that flash unusually good power on the palate staining, balanced, youthfully austere and hugely long finish. This is quite simply terrific and a wine that is built to repay a decade plus of cellaring, perhaps even a bit more.