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Thursday, 2 January 2014

05 Lafon Montrachet, 1957 and 2008 Maison Leroy, 06 Coche-Dury, 53 Cheval Blanc and 89 Drouhin RSV

2005 Comte Lafon Montrachet:
Straw yellow. Starting out with honey, nuts and butter, with more air all kinds of citrus and some orange flowers as well, superb minerality, detailed. Fresh acidity, creamy texture, bit rich and nutty, intense, layered, slight caramelized apples note, some bitter notes, orange peel, smoky minerals, ever so sligjtly rough in the incredibly long finish, minutes. 97 *****

2008 Maison Leroy Meursault 1er Cru Les Bouchères:
Pale straw yellow. Apples, minerals, tight, some yellow fruits, detailed nose. Youthful and delicate. Fresh acidity, rounded, creamy texture, lemons, slightly tart, long if lean finish. 94 *****

2006 Coche-Dury Meursault:
Pale straw yellow. Apples, lemons, flinty minerals, orange blossoms, delicate and nuanced nose, intense. Fresh acidity, crisp, nuanced, rich, intense, smoky and flinty, almost sharp, long. 92 ****

1989 Joseph Drouhin Romanée-Saint-Vivant:
Served blind. Ruby with thin garnet rim. Slightly scented, plums and red berries, ripe, intense, just a touch of sous bois, minerals. Fresh acidity, ripe tannins, fruity, intense, lively but not brilliant on the palate, oak is a bit up there, long. Falls apart after an hour. 94 *****

1953 Château Cheval Blanc:
In neck fill. Earthy, anise, touch of floral notes comes and goes, lots of tobacco and coffee. Fresh acidity, drying tannins, leaner palate, minerals and tobacco finish, long if drying. 83 *

1957 Maison Leroy Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Porets:
Pale garnet with broad orange rim. Red berries, figs, redcurrants, leather, some sous bois, floral notes and a slight touch of spices. Fresh acidity, tannins soon gone, elegant and nuanced, lively and refreshing, delicate absolutely lovely. In Zalto Burgundy glass, the nose dissapears. 93 *****

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