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   * In vintage 2010: Free SO2 target at bottling is 35 ppm; also uses approximately 800 mg of CO2 (which is much higher than most producers -- see Le Moine for another example)   * In vintage 2010: Free SO2 target at bottling is 35 ppm; also uses approximately 800 mg of CO2 (which is much higher than most producers -- see Le Moine for another example)
 +  * In vintage 2017: (per William Kelley of the Wine Advocate) Ballot Millot now has a target of 40 ppm of free SO2
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-  * **Meursault–Perrières** (Jan. 2020 – ): 1 btl oxidized + 1 btl not oxidized. ​ The good btl had a subtly delicate bouquet & tasted quite young & minerally. ​ ​Decanting would help.  ​From 3 btls purchased at retail in Hong Kong in Sep. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Meursault–Perrières** (Jan. 2020 – May 2020): 1 btl oxidized + 2 btls not oxidized. The good btls had a subtly delicate bouquet ​of white flowers & peach, ​& tasted quite young & minerally. From 3 btls purchased at retail in Hong Kong in Sep. 2014. [Rayner Cheung] 
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 +  * **Meursault–Perrières** (Jun. 2020 – ): 1 btl not oxidized. Pale yellow gold color. Reticient nose only showing hints of citrus & popcorn. Youthfully lean on the palate. Best decanted. From 3 btls purchased at retail in Hong Kong in Jun. 2015. [Rayner Cheung]
  
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