Ramonet's 2013 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Boudriotte is drinking beautifully, wafting from the glass with a pretty nose of honey, white flowers and crisp orchard fruit that may reveal a light glaze of the botrytis that affected a number of 2013 white Burgundies. On the palate, the wine is medium-full and open knit, with a supple, silkily expansive attack, a sapid mid-palate and a pure, detailed finish. The Boudriotte is generally one of the more elegant and giving bottlings in the Ramonet cellar, and the 2013 is no exception.
The high-toned acidity sets the stage for floral aromas and smoky, mineral-tinged citrus and apple flavors. Borders on creamy in texture midpalate, with a resonant, racy finish. 70 cases imported.
Purity here. Soft on the nose, light citrus, light fruity. Feels a bit reserved and young at this stage. Quite fresh , good acidity and very polished one too. A touch tight at this stage and not very giving but definitely a wine with lots of potential.~
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