Bienvenues Batard Montrachet Faiveley Premier 2010

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"A mildly toasty nose is presently dominated by strong fermentation aromas that push the underlying fruit to the back...

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User Reviews for Bienvenues Batard Montrachet Faiveley Premier

Winemaker's Notes:

"A mildly toasty nose is presently dominated by strong fermentation aromas that push the underlying fruit to the background. By contrast, there is good freshness and plenty of punch to the rich, deep, intense and admirably refined medium-bodied flavors that possess a silky mouth feel, all wrapped in a highly complex, long and very stylish finish. This is a very classy effort and, nose aside, a classic Bienvenues...92-94" BH 6/12 "Full yellow color. Musky aromas of ripe peach, lime and brown spices. Densely packed and lively; distinctly powerful for Bienvenue. Highly concentrated citrus and crushed stone flavors give the wine a vibrant, piercing back end. A very backward, long grand cru with terrific energy for aging...93+" IWC 09/12

"A mildly toasty nose is presently dominated by strong fermentation aromas that push the underlying fruit to the background. By contrast, there is good freshness and plenty of punch to the rich, deep, intense and admirably refined medium-bodied flavors that possess a silky mouth feel, all wrapped in a highly complex, long and very stylish finish. This is a very classy effort and, nose aside, a classic Bienvenues...92-94" BH 6/12 "Full yellow color. Musky aromas of ripe peach, lime and brown spices. Densely packed and lively; distinctly powerful for Bienvenue. Highly concentrated citrus and crushed stone flavors give the wine a vibrant, piercing back end. A very backward, long grand cru with terrific energy for aging...93+" IWC 09/12

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