The 2017 Meursault Clos des Corvées de Citieau is a one-hectare monopole that is part of L’Ormeau on clay soil that is relatively flat compared to other climats. It has a generous bouquet with white peach, almond and hints of white chocolate that unfold in the glass. The palate is well balanced and fresh despite the lower acidity, hints of orange rind and quince with a taut and quite linear finish. This feels nicely coiled at the moment and the dab of ginger on the aftertaste is pleasing and urges you back for another sip. Neal Martin, Vinous Media
Мел, сахарная пудра, корка зелёного яблока, Чуть насыщено, но чисто, сочно, 3д-шно
Мел, сахарная пудра, корка зелёного яблока, Чуть насыщено, но чисто, сочно, 3д-шно9.0
Very sharp and delineated, even for a young wine.
Very sharp and delineated, even for a young wine.9.0