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2010 Hubert Lamy, Criots-Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

94
Regular price $2,995
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2010 Hubert Lamy, Criots-Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

94
Regular price $2,995
/

Small production and hand bottled by Olivier Lamy himself. Spanning 0.5 hectares, these 50-year-old vines flourish in stony soils with lower clay content. The wine undergoes a delicate pressing with a brief settling period, then matures for 18 months in 300L to 600L barrels before spending another 6-12 months in tank. This vintage epitomizes the essence of white Burgundy, and the wine in the bottle is nothing short of spectacular.

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Vinous

Vinous

92

(bottled in March of this year following 18 months in barrel, none new; Lamy bottled his Saint-Aubins last November): Pale yellow. Yellow flowers, honey, almond and fresh hazelnut on the nose. Very tight and bound-up, but already reveals its fully ripe pear and rocky flavors. At once creamy and dry on the back end, even a tad bitter-edged, and in need of a minimum of several years of aging. These south-facing vines ripened very quickly in 2010 and were picked early, noted Olivier Lamy.

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Vinous

Vinous

92

(bottled in March of this year following 18 months in barrel, none new; Lamy bottled his Saint-Aubins last November): Pale yellow. Yellow flowers, honey, almond and fresh hazelnut on the nose. Very tight and bound-up, but already reveals its fully ripe pear and rocky flavors. At once creamy and dry on the back end, even a tad bitter-edged, and in need of a minimum of several years of aging. These south-facing vines ripened very quickly in 2010 and were picked early, noted Olivier Lamy.