Pale, bright green. Begins with brisk lemon and lime aromas lifted by a floral topnote, with deeper fresh peach and apricot scents emerging with air. Silky, sweet and classy, offering lovely inner-mouth cut. Finishes sappy, spicy and long, but will need time in the cellar to expand on the back end. Jean-Pierre Latour told me that in recent years he's been trying to raise this wine in tension, purity and class to the level of his Perrières and Genevrières.
Score: 92+ points -- Stephen Tanzer, Vinous, June 2016