(13.8% natural alcohol): Healthy light yellow. Musky stone and citrus fruit aromas are complemented by vanilla and hazelnut. Distinctly riper and sweeter than the Narvaux, with classic Meursault fullness to its flavors of stone fruits and spices. Nothing off – vintage about this dense, oily, voluminous wine, whose impression of sucrosite (it’s actually carrying close to 2.5 grams per liter of residual sugar) is nicely leavened by incisive acidity (4.8 grams per liter). Latour told me that when the sugars got down to about 2.5 grams in 2 016, he chilled his cellar because he didn’t want higher alcohol “to burn the wines”. He felt that without a bit of residual sweetness, the wines would be too dry for their levels of alcohol. 90 – 93 points. Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Media September 2017

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