Note: from a .45 ha holding in both Montée de Tonnerre proper and Chapelot.
Billaud noted that this will also have about 20% wood in the final blend. A restrained, elegant and pure nose displays notes of various floral influences, citrus and mineral reduction. The refined but almost painfully intense medium-bodied flavors exhibit a lovely sense of minerality that adds a sense of lift to the impressively long and well-balanced finale. Lovely. Drink 2027+. 91-94 Points. Outstanding, Sweet spot. Allen Meadows, Burghound.