Pale straw with emerald hints. Totally hidden at first. Rather severe and tightly wound: overt chalkiness, oyster-shell and herbal peppermint. An impression of still locked-up citrus. A reductive and seemingly ‘hot’ wine overcome by its minerality, a molten mass of grand cru energy pointed inward to the point of immolation. Still grudging on day two: a little more fruit character present, green apple & citrus, mostly pip, pit and pith. But overall, the sense is of a wine illusive and imploded. Going through a difficult adolescence, to say the least. Better plan with this bottle would have been to leave it out, uncorked, to be slow consumed over the course of week. From 2015+.