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   * **Batard-Montrachet** (may 8 2012): not oxidised, good fruit and balance, as expected. [Don Osborne]   * **Batard-Montrachet** (may 8 2012): not oxidised, good fruit and balance, as expected. [Don Osborne]
   * **Batard-Montrachet** (July2017): not oxidised, splendid bottle, hurrah!!. [Adrian Latimer]   * **Batard-Montrachet** (July2017): not oxidised, splendid bottle, hurrah!!. [Adrian Latimer]
-  * **Bâtard–Montrachet** (May 2020 – ): 1 btl not oxidized. Decanted. ​Yellow ​gold color appropriate. Fabulously honied nose. The sweetness ​carries ​over to the the stunningly delicious palate that'​s ​bursting with freshness. 14% ABV. From a lot of 2 purchased in Sep. 2013 from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer. [Rayner Cheung] ​+  * **Bâtard–Montrachet** (May 2020 – ): 1 btl not oxidized. Decanted. ​Pale gold. Fabulously honied nose. The sweetness ​carried ​over to the stunningly delicious palate that was bursting with freshness. 14% ABV. From a lot of 2 purchased in Sep. 2013 from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer. [Rayner Cheung] ​
   * **Bourgogne** (Aug 2013): not oxidized; young and fresh; incredibly powerful for a Bourgogne-level wine (MSaviage)   * **Bourgogne** (Aug 2013): not oxidized; young and fresh; incredibly powerful for a Bourgogne-level wine (MSaviage)
   * **Bourgogne** (Nov 2015): not oxidized; light straw color with great balance of minerality and fruit (Mike Saviage)   * **Bourgogne** (Nov 2015): not oxidized; light straw color with great balance of minerality and fruit (Mike Saviage)
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