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2011 Domaine Etienne Sauzet Batard-Montrachet
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94(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2013

(this is 100% from Puligny-Montrachet side as of 2011, as Boudot lost his Chassagne-Montrachet fruit):  Pale, bright yellow.  Musky, ripe but reticent nose hints at stone fruits and crushed stone.  In a rather muscular, powerful style, with terrific punch and saline minerality to its peach and crushed stone flavors.  Finishes very long, dry and savory.  This is 13.2% alcohol without chaptalization:  Boudot appears to have done a very good job of timing the harvest here.

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