Name: Colin-Morey Les Ancegnieres
Wine Advocate Review: 89-91 points
"The 2014 Chassagne-Montrachet les Ancegnières is populated with Pierre-Yves's oldest vines, around 85- to 90-years-old. It has a very composed bouquet with citrus peel, hints of honeycomb and lemon thyme that are well defined. The palate is fresh and vibrant on the entry with plenty of roundness, giving and generous with a sensual, honeyed finish that has just the right amount of tropical overtones without becoming blowsy. This is lovely, but I would be tempted to drink this soon after it is bottled."
"Pale, bright yellow. Expressive, very ripe aromas of pear, white flowers and wet rock complicated by menthol and clove. Plush, sweet and fine-grained; more tactile than the Saint-Aubins but showing a slight warmth to the pear and menthol flavors."