A hint of residual lactic detracts only mildly from the otherwise pretty floral and primarily citrus fruit aromas that are in keeping with the lemon-suffused, rich and relatively amply-sized flavors that culminate in a strikingly long, dry and crisp finish brimming with Chablis character.
92/94 Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (40), October 2010
Complex, enticing aromas of ginger, lime peel, quinine and powdered stone. Concentrated, powerful and extremely primary; this tastes like crushed grapes. There’s a dusty impression of solidity and superb buffering extract here for the wine’s very ripe fruit. Impressively long on the aftertaste. This spent four months in barriques, 10% new, but was in concrete by the time I tasted it.
91/94 Stephen Tanzer, International Wine Cellar, July 2010