5 notes
2009 Ramonet Noel, St.AubinMay. 2011
High-toned, lovely aromatics – I like this! Lovely balance and energy too. The flavours have a mineral quality – very lovely wine.
2009 Boisset Jean-Claude, St.AubinJan. 2011
Harvested at ‘only’ 12%. The nose is ripe and fresh. Just a little fat to the texture, but this retains the freshness of the nose – good!
2007 Boisset Jean-Claude, St.AubinJul. 2009
Harvested on the same day as the aligoté, reared in 400 litre barrels – Grégory says that his aim is more minerality and less oak. Pale colour, penetrating nose. Direct and mineral with super acidity packaging the sweetness. Super.
2006 Bichot Albert, St.AubinApr. 2008
A savoury width on the nose. The palate is wide and slightly bubbly. This will be a very good food match with its good balance and savoury aspect. Despite the savoury character, there’s no obvious oak
2004 Bichot Albert, St.AubinMar. 2006
Wider nose than their St.Romain, initially more diffuse but stronger notes. Higher acidity than the St.Romain, very nice, mouth-filling complexity. Medium length. Good wine, I’ve tasted much worse 1er Crus from this appellation.
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