When I was first tasted on this wine I would have sworn it was a Meursault. There is so much going on here that I was convinced it had to be from the more famed, more luscious village of Meursault. Super ripe and the couple of years in the bottle has given this wine such a gloriously plushy mouthfeel. Baked pears, white flowers, with the stems fragrant and adding to the aromas. Pan roasted nuts in brown butter on the finish. Wow. What a wine.