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   * **Chevalier Montrachet**(10 Dec. 2008): not oxidized but seemed to fade in the glass [Don Cornwell]   * **Chevalier Montrachet**(10 Dec. 2008): not oxidized but seemed to fade in the glass [Don Cornwell]
   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (Jan. 2012): 4 bottles total, 2 oxidized, 2 tired [JasonH]   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (Jan. 2012): 4 bottles total, 2 oxidized, 2 tired [JasonH]
 +  * **Chevalier Montrachet** (Dec 2019): Ex-Domaine. Not oxidised as expected [Jammy Wine]
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   * **Bourgogne Blanc**(Oct 2008): austere, but not oxidised [G Miles]   * **Bourgogne Blanc**(Oct 2008): austere, but not oxidised [G Miles]
   * **Bourgogne Blanc**(Oct 2008): 2 bottles, neither oxidised, drinking well but not improving now [R Brooks]   * **Bourgogne Blanc**(Oct 2008): 2 bottles, neither oxidised, drinking well but not improving now [R Brooks]
 +  * **Bourgogne Blanc**(May 2019): Not oxidised, fully mature [Jammy Wine]
   * **Chevalier-Montrachet**(21 Nov 2003): not oxidized [Don Cornwell]   * **Chevalier-Montrachet**(21 Nov 2003): not oxidized [Don Cornwell]
   * **Chevalier-Montrachet**(27 Jul 2005): not oxidized, wonderful wine [Don Cornwell]   * **Chevalier-Montrachet**(27 Jul 2005): not oxidized, wonderful wine [Don Cornwell]
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   * **Puligny Pucelles**(Jan 2009) not oxidized - excellent wine [R DeAngelo]   * **Puligny Pucelles**(Jan 2009) not oxidized - excellent wine [R DeAngelo]
   * **Puligny Pucelles** (Jan 2010): still incredibly young; no hints of pmox; needs another 5 years (MSaviage)   * **Puligny Pucelles** (Jan 2010): still incredibly young; no hints of pmox; needs another 5 years (MSaviage)
 +  * **Puligny Pucelles** (Jan 2020): Not oxidised, very young (Jammy Wine)
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   * **Batard Montrachet**(July,​ 2011) 2 bottles, neither oxidized. In fact, fantastic. (P Mesrobian)   * **Batard Montrachet**(July,​ 2011) 2 bottles, neither oxidized. In fact, fantastic. (P Mesrobian)
   * **Bienvenue Batard Montrachet**(March 2011) not oxidized (F Ginanni)   * **Bienvenue Batard Montrachet**(March 2011) not oxidized (F Ginanni)
 +  * **Bienvenue Batard Montrachet** (Oct 2019): Not oxidised (Jammy Wine)
   * **Bourgogne Blanc**(Feb 2005): oxidised [T Blach]   * **Bourgogne Blanc**(Feb 2005): oxidised [T Blach]
   * **Chevalier Montrachet**(01 Dec 2005): not at all oxidized, surprisingly good [Don Cornwell]   * **Chevalier Montrachet**(01 Dec 2005): not at all oxidized, surprisingly good [Don Cornwell]
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   * **Puligny Pucelles**(Oct 2011) not oxidized, mature and wonderfully expressive [Ville Viinikka]   * **Puligny Pucelles**(Oct 2011) not oxidized, mature and wonderfully expressive [Ville Viinikka]
   * **Puligny Pucelles**(March 2012) Not oxidized, Multidimensional. Gorgeous. (Alan meadows got this one wrong.) [NTyson]   * **Puligny Pucelles**(March 2012) Not oxidized, Multidimensional. Gorgeous. (Alan meadows got this one wrong.) [NTyson]
-  * **Puligny Pucelles**(MAr 2019) Not oxidised. Complex and reductive. Most guessed 2004-09! [Jammy Wine]+  * **Puligny Pucelles**(Mar 2019) Not oxidised. Complex and reductive. Most guessed 2004-09! ​[Jammy Wine] 
 +  * **Puligny Pucelles**(Jun 2019) Not oxidised. ​[Jammy Wine]
   * **Puligny Clavoillons** (2 bottles in 2008):not oxidised, but 1 corked! (Adrian Latimer)   * **Puligny Clavoillons** (2 bottles in 2008):not oxidised, but 1 corked! (Adrian Latimer)
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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. 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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   * **Batard Montrachet** (10 January 2015): Surprisingly oxidized [M. Premk]   * **Batard Montrachet** (10 January 2015): Surprisingly oxidized [M. Premk]
-  * **Bâtard–Montrachet** (Jun. 2019): 1 btl not oxidized ​but advanced. 14% ABV. Quite enjoyable. Purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer in Nov. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Bâtard–Montrachet** (Jun. – Aug. 2019): 1 btl not oxidized ​+ 2 btls oxidizedThe good btl was young & utterly delicious, with layers of citrus blossom & white flowers in the nose, & slightly exotic flavors of orchard fruits on the palate. Didn't feel like 14% ABV. Purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer in Nov. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Bourgogne** (April 2012): 1 bottle oxidised, 1 bottle ok. [Magnus Wold Ueland]   * **Bourgogne** (April 2012): 1 bottle oxidised, 1 bottle ok. [Magnus Wold Ueland]
   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (12 Nov 2010): Incredibly outstanding bottle of wine [H. Horwitz]   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (12 Nov 2010): Incredibly outstanding bottle of wine [H. Horwitz]
   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (30 April 2015): Excellent showing with no signs of oxidation [H. Horwitz)   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (30 April 2015): Excellent showing with no signs of oxidation [H. Horwitz)
   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (Oct 2016): Lovely, no hint of oxidation and great colour [RBE_NZ]   * **Chevalier Montrachet** (Oct 2016): Lovely, no hint of oxidation and great colour [RBE_NZ]
-  * **Chevalier–Montrachet** (Jun. 2019): ​Not oxidized. ​Rich, multifacted, ​mature, but sensational. 14% ABV. Purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer ​in Jun. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Chevalier–Montrachet** (Jun. – Aug. 2019): ​2 btls not oxidized + 1 btl oxidized. ​The good btls were rich, multifacted, ​loaded with dry extract& mature ​but sensational. 14% ABV. Purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer ​bet. Jun. 2014 & Dec. 2015. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Macon Verze** (December 2010): 2 bottles (Bottles 7 and 8 of my original case) too oxidized to be drinkable. Purchased on release and stored perfectly since then. [Daniel Bailey]   * **Macon Verze** (December 2010): 2 bottles (Bottles 7 and 8 of my original case) too oxidized to be drinkable. Purchased on release and stored perfectly since then. [Daniel Bailey]
   * **Macon Verze** (April 2012): not oxidised [Magnus Wold Ueland]   * **Macon Verze** (April 2012): not oxidised [Magnus Wold Ueland]
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