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2020 Hubert Lamy, Saint-Aubin Premier Cru, Les Frionnes Blanc

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Regular price $105
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2020 Hubert Lamy, Saint-Aubin Premier Cru, Les Frionnes Blanc

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

90
Regular price $105
/

Les Frionnes is nestled in the lower section of a south-east facing slope, graced by limestone soils and boasting vines dating back to 1935. The wine undergoes a delicate pressing with a brief settling period, then matures for 12 months in 300L to 600L barrels before further settling in steel tanks for an additional 6-12 months.

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The 2020 Saint-Aubin Les Frionnes 1er Cru, a mix of 10- and 80-year-old vines, is elegant on the nose and quite refined. Touches of orchard fruit and white peach and just a hint of marzipan in the background that betrays the warm summer. The palate is well-balanced, very saline, taut and focused. Then, it clams down on the finish and orders you to come back in 3-4 years to see if it's ready for business.

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Vinous

Vinous

92

The 2020 Saint-Aubin Les Frionnes 1er Cru, a mix of 10- and 80-year-old vines, is elegant on the nose and quite refined. Touches of orchard fruit and white peach and just a hint of marzipan in the background that betrays the warm summer. The palate is well-balanced, very saline, taut and focused. Then, it clams down on the finish and orders you to come back in 3-4 years to see if it's ready for business.