Saint-Aubin 1er Cru "En Remilly" 2007, Hubert Lamy

This Saint-Aubin premier cru has been a regular occupant in my cellar since 1993. The quality has been consistently high. Unfortunately, like other white wines from Saint-Aubin, the prices have become elevated of late. This En Remilly 2007 is a light yellow colour, very reflective with thick legs. Initial aromas of apricot, pear, white peach. An overlay fragrance of cut daffodils and crushed dandelion stalks which perhaps reflect the cool summer in 2007. Fresh attack, lemon, a dash of bright lime, mineral, tart finish, tartaric acid seems to be high. Its a lively little newt this one. Presently lacks depth and impact. Worth trying again in 2013. Here are the tasting notes for the Hubert Lamy En Remilly 2000 and En Remilly 2002. Photo shows a pruning tractor driving back into the village with (I believe) En Remilly in the distance on the right of the photo.

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  1. George Walden11:35 PM

    . . . also tasted this week -- absolutely agree -- a little more time in the pond, thence a wigglier tailed newt . . .

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