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 +====== Background information ======
  
 +  * No present information on batonnage or winemaking regime
 +====== Wines ======
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 +===== **1995** =====
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 +  * **Batard Montrachet**:​ (May 2011 at DRC): Not oxidised, one of the finest whites I have ever drunk, beeswax, white flowers, honey, lovely balance, long (Adrian Latimer)
 +**1999**\\ ​
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 +  * **Montrachet** (1 Sept 2010): Not oxidized. Great smokey fruit nose but still very lean and tight. Way too early. Strong peppery spice that hasn't integrated yet [Stu Jakub]
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 +===== **2000** =====
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 +  * **Montrachet** (26 Feb 2008): not oxidized, but somewhat simple and underwhelming given the overwhelming price. See 2000 tasting notes [Don Cornwell]
 +  * **Montrachet** ( 26 June 2009 ) : magnificent , honeyed nose , creamy , complex , simply great ( Herwig Janssen )
 +  * **Montrachet** (Nov 2012): not oxidized, good but nowhere near being worth the ticket [MLT]
 +\\ 
 +===== **2001** =====
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 +  * **Batard Montrachet** (Sept 2011 at DRC): not oxidized, quite splendid (Adrian Latimer)
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 +===== **2005** =====
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 +  * **Montrachet** (24/​8/​2014):​ very advanced, brown, clearly not right for a nine year old. Nose and palate were divine, would have been perfect if it were 50 yo. Nose faded, palate died over 2 hours leaving a sour taste in the mouth. [Don Osborne]
 +===== **2009** =====
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 +  * **Hautes Cotes de Nuits (DRC)** (Aug 2014, May 2015, July 2017): not oxidized, more like serious meursault (Adrian Latimer)
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