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2006 Louis Jadot Chardonnay Meursault Genevrières

Tasting Notes:

Eyes: clear, pale to med- lemon
Nose: clean, med+ intensity, developing, flinty, leesy, apple, oak, butter, nutty
Mouth: dry, med bodied, med+ acidity, long length, med+ alcohol, med+ intensity, citrus, mineral
All in all: Very good quality; Can drink now, but has potential for ageing.

Tasted against the 2010 Joseph Drouhin “Laforet” Chardonnay.

Although I did record my tasting notes and the quality of this wine, the fact that this expensive-as-shit wine wasn’t entirely memorable sort of worries me a bit, and I’m wondering if it just didn’t have enough character in the end. I did note that this wine was well-balanced but could have had more complexity for the price.

Buy this if you’re filthy rich. Otherwise, for the same price, you can buy a cheaper bottle of Chardonnay, dinner, and still have leftover money to do so for the next day or so.

Edit (Feb. 21, 2014): OH MY GOD, did I really write about how this was boring?! How has no one punched me in the face?!

Producer: Louis Jadot
Designation: 
Meursault Genevrières
Region: 
France
Sub-Region: 
Burgundy (Meursault)
Variety:
 Chardonnay
ABV:
 13.5%
Vintage:
 2006
Tasted:
 May 26, 2012
Price:
 $145


Josh

DipWSET, Certified Sommelier, garbage person.

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