A great intro both to the house style and the vintage, this has terrific balance and tension. About as good as it gets in an everyday Bourgogne blanc.
“The 2013 Bourgogne Blanc from Domaine Lamy had only been bottled three weeks prior to my mid-December visit and was (understandably) still a tad agitated from its recent mise. The wine was raised entirely in six and seven year-old demi-muids in this vintage and offers up a pretty nose of apple, lime, chalky soil tones and a topnote of white flowers. On the palate the wine is medium-full, bright and shows a good core, with nice length and grip on the zesty finish. The focus was not precise at the time of my visit, but this is a reflection of the recent bottling, rather than the wine, and I am sure this will be quite tasty. 2015-2020+. 87-88.”