Wine Advocate Issue Date 31st Dec 2015 Neal Martin 95～97 2018 - 2040
The 2014 Chevalier Montrachet Grand Cru has a complex, quite compelling bouquet: citrus peel, cold limestone/granite and pressed white flowers all vying for attention with superb intensity and detail. The palate is very composed with intense citrus lemon, lime and hints of passion fruit, gently unfolding in the mouth with a saline, edgy finish that just delivers...and some. What a fantastic grand cru. Chapeau!
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Tasted: Jun 15, 2016Drink: 2024+Issue: 63
Tasting note: Equally discreet wood sets off the beautifully layered nose that blends together notes of citrus, wet stone, rose petal and subtle spice hints. There is excellent verve to the delineated and overtly muscular yet refined big-bodied flavors that possess an abundance of acid-buffering dry extract before terminating in a moderately austere and explicitly saline-infused finish that is like rolling rocks around in your mouth. This is very clearly built-to-age and is going to require at least 5 years to unwind and develop more depth.
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Stephen Tanzer. Tasting date: June 2016 Drinking window: 2021 - 2031
(bottled in April of this year, a month or two later than the other 2014 white wines at this address): The nose offers perfumed scents of lavender and white pepper complemented by sweet oak. Then sappy, spicy and brisk on the palate, but with a silky texture to its intense lemon, mineral and spice flavors. At once serious and wonderfully fine-grained, like a young Chevalier-Montrachet should be. The palate-saturating finish features saline soil tones and excellent mineral lift. Incidentally, this wine is made at the Domaine de Montille cellar in Meursault.