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   * In vintage 2007: (per Burghound): targeting a free SO2 level of 35 to 40 ppm along with completely untreated corks and wax capsules. (NB. Its not clear precisely when this started)   * In vintage 2007: (per Burghound): targeting a free SO2 level of 35 to 40 ppm along with completely untreated corks and wax capsules. (NB. Its not clear precisely when this started)
   * In vintage 2010: (per Burghound): has switched diameter on corks from 24mm to 25mm; continues to bottle at 35 to 40 ppm of free SO2   * In vintage 2010: (per Burghound): has switched diameter on corks from 24mm to 25mm; continues to bottle at 35 to 40 ppm of free SO2
 +  * In vintage 2015: (per Wiliam Kelley of Wine Advocate): now bottling with target free SO2 level of 55 ppm
 ===== Wines ===== ===== Wines =====
 ===== 2001 ===== ===== 2001 =====
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   * **Meursault Charmes** (Oct 2012): from magnum, not oxidized and still tight as nails [R Younger]   * **Meursault Charmes** (Oct 2012): from magnum, not oxidized and still tight as nails [R Younger]
   * **Meursault Perrieres** (20 May 2012): not oxidized, still young, but brilliant wine (Gilles Huygen)   * **Meursault Perrieres** (20 May 2012): not oxidized, still young, but brilliant wine (Gilles Huygen)
 +  * **Meursault Perrieres** (Dec 2019): Not oxidised (Jammy Wine)
 +  * **Batard Montrachet** (Aug 2019): Not oxidised, very fresh. [Jammy Wine]
   * **Chassagne-Montrachet Champs Gains** (Nov 2013): not oxidized [Adrian Latimer]   * **Chassagne-Montrachet Champs Gains** (Nov 2013): not oxidized [Adrian Latimer]
   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Aug 2014): Mag tight, not oxidized and outstanding [R Younger]   * **Corton Charlemagne** (Aug 2014): Mag tight, not oxidized and outstanding [R Younger]
 +  * **Corton Charlemagne** (Dec 2014): not oxidized, fantastic wine.
   * **St Aubin Les Meurgers des Dents de Chiens** (Feb 2013): not oxidized, still young, austere but quite good, needs another 2-3 years [MLT]   * **St Aubin Les Meurgers des Dents de Chiens** (Feb 2013): not oxidized, still young, austere but quite good, needs another 2-3 years [MLT]
   * **St Aubin Les Meurgers des Dents de Chiens** (Apr 2016): not oxidized but now fully mature and possibly past its peak [MLT]   * **St Aubin Les Meurgers des Dents de Chiens** (Apr 2016): not oxidized but now fully mature and possibly past its peak [MLT]
-  * **Corton Charlemagne** (Dec 2014): not oxidized, fantastic wine.+  * **Puligny Montrachet Champs Gains** (Apr 2019): Not oxidised but tried [Jammy Wine] 
 ===== 2008 ===== ===== 2008 =====
  
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   * **St Aubin Les Meurgers des Dents de Chiens** (July 2017): not oxidized [Adrian Latimer]   * **St Aubin Les Meurgers des Dents de Chiens** (July 2017): not oxidized [Adrian Latimer]
   * **Chassagne Vide Bourse** (July 2018): 2 not oxidized, very good (Adrian Latimer)   * **Chassagne Vide Bourse** (July 2018): 2 not oxidized, very good (Adrian Latimer)
 +  * **Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Les Caillerets** (July 2019): Horizontal PYCM Caillerets, 2010 was the only vintage that tasted advanced [Jammy Wine]
 +  * **Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru En Remilly** (Mar 2019): Not oxidised. [Jammy Wine]
 +  * **Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru En Remilly** (Jul 2020): Not oxidised but slightly advanced. [Jammy Wine]
 +  * **Saint Aubin 1er cru La Chateniere** (Mar 2020): Out of 6 bottles 1 premoxed. [Jammy Wine]
 +===== 2011 =====
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 +  * **Batard Montrachet** (March 14, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment Dinner): Not oxidized, excellent wine if not quite as exciting as 2007, 2008 and 2010.  [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Bienvenues-Batard Montrachet** (March 14, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment Dinner): Not oxidized and excellent, slightly preferred to the Criots in the same flight. ​ [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Chevalier Montrachet** (March 14, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment Dinner): Not oxidized and extraordinary bottle. My number 1 wine on night two of the dinners. ​ The best Chevalier at this age I have had from PYCM to date.  [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Criots Batard Montrachet** (March 14, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment Dinner): Not oxidized and excellent. Probably the best Criots I have tried from PYCM to date. [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Corton Charlemagne** ​ (Feb 18, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment Dinner): Not oxidized and a super bottle of Corton -- I think the best I have tasted at the Vintage Assessment dinners from any vintage to date.  [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Corton Charlemagne** (Dec 2019): Not oxidised [Jammy Wine]
 +  * **Meursault Charmes** (Feb. 18, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment dinner): ​ Not oxidized, very nice wine.  [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Meursault Perrieres** (Feb 18, 2019 at the 2011 Vintage Assessment dinner): Not oxidized, and clearly the best MP we have had to date at any of the Vintage dinners. ​ A real WOW wine.  [Don Cornwell]
 +
 +===== 2012 =====
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 +  * **St Aubin Les Champlots** (May 2020): Not oxidized [Adrian Latimer]
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