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2008 Buisson-Charles, Meursault BouchèresJul. 2010
Back to the family nose, here there seems an extra level of freshness to the aromas. In the mouth this is less plush (relative) and the flavours have a width that is borne on lovely acidity. Equally lovely length. Beautiful.
2007 Potel Nicolas, Meursault BouchèresJul. 2009
A high-toned, wide with slightly creamy fine fruit. Fuller than the villages but with good balance – super in the mid-palate. Slowly fading – excellent.
1999 de Bucy Joseph, Meursault BouchèresJun. 2003
Of the Meursault 1ers, only Les Gouttes d’Or sits more northerly. Similar colour to the ‘Narveaux’. The nose is higher toned and a little more restrained – in fact nicely delicate with some mild citrus notes. Really silky texture in the mouth. More complex with good acidity. Much longer finish than the ‘Narveaux’. A completely different expression. Beautiful wine.
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