Remember that this limpid, silvery-golden wine is fine Burgundy, so use a large well-shaped glass and don’t overfill it. And give the wine a minute or two: this is a textbook example of how a fine wine evolves in the glass after it’s poured. The classic nose unfurls gradually with white peaches, crushed limestone, orange blossoms, and lavender, along with fresh fennel, roasted hazelnuts, and persimmon. On the palate, the wine is super concentrated and generous, with mineral-saturated Chardonnay flavors that echo the nose, including ripe Anjou pears, orange zest, and a fleeting suggestion of dried honeycomb, all sustained through the long brisk finish by fresh, vibrant acidity. Drink now for it’s luscious primary fruit, or lay away in your own cool dark cellar for a decade or more, if you can wait that long.