The second time I have tried this lately and I have loved it both times. It has tension, some struck match and a touch of flint before opening up to a palate with a reasonable amount of generous fruit, kept in line by some crunchy acid. It’s a wine that will please both camps: those that look for acid and tension often found in white Burgundy, and those who prefer a touch more fruit ripeness. This delivers both in a nicely balanced example modern Burgundy. – Ches Cook, FWC.