But this is quite appealing.
Meursault Premier Cru les Poruzots 2002, Chateau de Puligny-Montrachet
Huge density of flavour on the nose; ripe lemons and stoniness. There is also a lovely floral perfume to the nose. The aromas are very well defined and work together to create a complex whole. The obvious weight combined with subtle complexity on the nose might lead one into thinking this is a Grand Cru white Burgundy, I don’t think that’d be such a bad guess. Again there is weight and density on the palate, but the good acidity and soily richness keep this lively and very expressive. The sum of the flavours on the palate creates a sumptuous totality which is quite lovely. The finish is wonderfully charming and lively, with great acidity, plenty of fruit and a good mineral tang. This is damned good white Burgundy, especially if you like them bien loche.