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A reserved and almost inexpressive nose features an ever-so-mildly exotic fruit array that is fresh and reluctantly p...Read more...
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Extremely powerful and oily in texture with tons of minerality and great acids to pin it down. Perhaps the longest finish I have ever experienced in a white. I would sip it, take a bite, let it linger. Try the 1991 Ermitage Le Pavillon from Chapoutier (a 100pt Robert the Porker wine). Then when the finish from the Ermitage has faded, back came the Chevalier. Wow.... I have to retaste it as this note was made in 2005.
A reserved and almost inexpressive nose features an ever-so-mildly exotic fruit array that is fresh and reluctantly perfumed while displaying a spiced citrus and pungent mineral character that continues onto the pure, detailed, intense and driving full-bodied flavors that exude a wonderful sense of underlying tension on the palate staining finish that lasts and lasts. This is really quite dry and the inherent classiness of Demoiselles is on parade and about the only departure from a classic vintage would be that the '09 version is a bit more opulent than normal.Allen Meadows' Burghound
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