Château de la Greffière Mâcon-la Roche Vineuse Vieilles Vignes 2010
Lemon, vanilla, butter, and oak. Despite the complexity, manages to remain well balanced. Agree with vin0vin0 that this wine closes up at lower temperatures and probably is best served slightly warmer than your average Chard.
Very nice French chardonnay. A little less complex, less flinty and less minerally than the '10 with subtle floral notes on a well balanced frame of white stone fruit and honeysuckle.
Very nice white burgundy, crisp, clean, minerally with good balance. Better if served not too chilled.