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2006 Morey Marc, Puligny-Montrachet Les RefertsDec. 2008
Not a very common appellation. High tones, not the finest, but interesting and fresh. Fresh but slightly diffuse flavours, that do become ‘more together’ in the glass. A super burst in the mid-palate before a good finish. Almost good this.
2004 Mischief and Mayhem, Puligny-Montrachet Les RefertsJul. 2006
A much deeper nose of exotic hardwood that also becomes diffuse, but then tightens again to show a creamy edge. Weightier and less mineral than the Garenne, the presentation is rounder – again a creamy edge but with ‘just right’ acidity. The action for this wine is all at the front-end – particularly as the nose tightens and becomes more interesting – super – but completely different to the Garenne
1990 Sauzet Etienne, Puligny-Montrachet Les RefertsJul. 2005
Golden colour. The nose fills the glass, deep, dense and a little nutty with old wood. Excellent acidity, very linear/narrow palate but super length. Still needs time to sort out that tight palate, but very nice wine.
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