Yellow-gold. A bit hidden at first. Then brooding and primordial: slightly autolytic yellow orchard fruit, malt, freesia, nut butter, stagnant sea air. On the palate a pear and peach crème-anglaise drizzled with citrus oil. Rewarding swell and mid-palate dimension. Finishes long and mineral-saline. The’90s Jadot blancs were more didactic than they are today: still consistent to Jadot’s rich, gregarious style with something extra tucked away for the future. A very fine Corton Charlemagne. Now – 2015.