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   * **Batard Montrachet** (Aug 2008) not oxidized, but quite ready [Dale Williams]   * **Batard Montrachet** (Aug 2008) not oxidized, but quite ready [Dale Williams]
-  * **Bâtard–Montrachet** (Var. dates 2014 – Jul2017): btls not oxidized. Glorious wine, better decanted. From a lot of 6 purchased privately in Hong Kong in Feb. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Bâtard–Montrachet** (Var. dates 2014 – Aug2019): btls not oxidized. Glorious wine, better decanted. From a lot of 6 purchased privately in Hong Kong in Feb. 2014. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Chassagne Blanchot Dessus** (May 2007): Not oxidized, from .375, excellent, classic [Frank Drew]   * **Chassagne Blanchot Dessus** (May 2007): Not oxidized, from .375, excellent, classic [Frank Drew]
   * **Chassagne Blanchot Dessus** (Dec 2012): Not oxidized, but pretty advanced - drink up [MLT]   * **Chassagne Blanchot Dessus** (Dec 2012): Not oxidized, but pretty advanced - drink up [MLT]
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   * **Chassagne–Montrachet "Les Caillerets"​** (Oct. 2016 – Feb. 2018): 6 btls not oxidized. Beautiful light gold color. Highly perfumed nose of minerals (inc. talcum powder), most uncharacteristic of this cuvée: my experience, since the 1980'​s,​ suggests that the nose should have notes of ginger & ripe orchard fruit. Best served decanted. 6 btls purchased from a reputable West Coast retailer'​s auction platform in Mar. & Aug. 2015. [Rayner Cheung]   * **Chassagne–Montrachet "Les Caillerets"​** (Oct. 2016 – Feb. 2018): 6 btls not oxidized. Beautiful light gold color. Highly perfumed nose of minerals (inc. talcum powder), most uncharacteristic of this cuvée: my experience, since the 1980'​s,​ suggests that the nose should have notes of ginger & ripe orchard fruit. Best served decanted. 6 btls purchased from a reputable West Coast retailer'​s auction platform in Mar. & Aug. 2015. [Rayner Cheung]
   * **Chassagne Caillerets** (Feb 2019): Magnum, Not oxidized, very ripe floral, banana nose, but finish rather short and flat.  Odd and a bit disappointing for what it is, in magnum (Adrian Latimer)   * **Chassagne Caillerets** (Feb 2019): Magnum, Not oxidized, very ripe floral, banana nose, but finish rather short and flat.  Odd and a bit disappointing for what it is, in magnum (Adrian Latimer)
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 +  * **Chassagne Caillerets** (May 2019): Not oxidized (adrian Latimer)
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   * **Blanchot Dessus** (June, 2017): oxidized ( D Tunnell)   * **Blanchot Dessus** (June, 2017): oxidized ( D Tunnell)
-  * **Chasagne–Montrachet "Les Caillerets"​** (Jan. 2019 – ): btls not oxidized. Still adolescent, but comes around with decanting or when served in a wide glass. The primary elements still dominate, but there'​s now (Mar. 2019 – ) good secondary development in the nose & on the palate. From a lot of 6 purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer in May 2016. [Rayner Cheung]+  * **Chasagne–Montrachet "Les Caillerets"​** (Jan. 2019 – Nov. 2020): 65 btls not oxidized. Still adolescent, but comes around with decanting or when served in a wide glass. The primary elements still dominate, but there'​s now (Mar. 2019 – ) good secondary development in the nose & on the palate. From a lot of 6 purchased from the auction platform of a reputable West Coast retailer in May 2016. [Rayner Cheung]
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