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2010 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier-Montrachet
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97(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2012

(bottled two weeks before my tasting):  Bright pale yellow.  Very pure, chalky aromas of lemon, lime, white flowers and iodine.  Boasts outstanding tension and building intensity to its powerful lemon peel, pineapple and crushed stone flavors.  Rare precision and inner-mouth perfume here.  Saturates every square millimeter of the palate yet finishes with an impression of weightlessness.  A wine of great finesse, this should go on for two decades or more.  "The Batard is for the body while this is for the spirit," notes winemaker Eric Remy.  One of my favorite wines of the vintage.

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