Honeysuckle, lemon, and orange blossoms poured over flint, leading to a biscotti and lemon-butter finish. Minerality and acids make a terrific backbone, while fruit and florals lead to a long finish. Drink a glass with lobster bisque, then linger over a second glass by itself.

WHO: Louis Jadot, Domaine du Duc de Magenta
WHAT: Chardonnay
WHERE: Puligny-Montrachet (Premier Cru), Cote de Beaune, Burgundy, France
WHEN: 1998

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