Paul Pillot Premier Cru Les Champs Gains 2004

This wine was one of the stronger performing wines of the white Burgundy bracket, with an aroma of classic flint and warm citrus, verging on tropical notes.  The palate had 5 to 10 seconds (or more) of length.  Not dissimilar to the newer "more refined" Australian style chardonnays.  87+ points.

Source: retail
Price: $145
June 9, 2010

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