Ratings & Tasting Notes:
98 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
While reminiscent of the 1986, the mammoth-sized 1983 Le Montrachet is more backward and tightly knit. It offers a huge, honeyed nose of buttery popcorn, baked apples, coconuts, and ripe oranges. Unctuous, rich, and well-structured, with an immense palate feel and lingering length, this huge, thick wine should reach its prime in 2-4 years and last for 2 decades. It is an extraordinary success in such a problematic and troublesome vintage.
Properly stored in a climate controlled cellar since release.
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