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2004 Domaine Latour Giraud Meursault Les Charmes
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90(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2006

($68; this was bottled less than a month prior to my early June visit) Reticent, subtle, pure aromas of soft citrus fruits, oatmeal and hazelnut; very Charmes. Sweet on entry, then perfumed, spicy and concentrated in the middle, with strong acids framing the flavors of menthol, minerals and spicy oak. Very pure, firm wine with excellent building persistence.

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