2007 Domaine Henri Boillot Bienevue-Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru (Previously $300)
96 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Freesia, iris, and seemingly other ineffable, bittersweet floral essences rise hauntingly from the glass of Boillot 2007 Bienvenues-Batard-Montrachet. It would be difficult to imagine a more magic carpet or garden of flavors than that which emerges here, shimmering with mineral inflections as well. Here is a wonderful example of the lift as well as (a word Boillot, too uses for this site) the 'tension' of which Bienvenues...is capable. The subtly interactive yet ultimately seemingly indelible cling of mineral, floral, and fruit elements here is ravishing and the combination of textural tenderness with lift and refreshment a handsome tribute to the vintage. I would expect this to be well worth following for a dozen or more years." 95 points Burghound: "A highly perfumed nose blends notes of wood toast, honeysuckle, spice and ripe white peach and pear aromas that merge seamlessly into delineated, pure, textured and attractively stony medium full-bodied flavors that explode into a citrus suffused finish of simply stunning length. This is a more delicate wine than the Criots but there is plenty of taut muscularity here too that should also reward a decade's worth of cellar slumber." 94 points Stephen Tanzer: "Aromas of white peach, white truffle, flowers and honey. Plump, spicy and pliant, but with a firm acid spine and finishing minerality giving grip and energy to the pure stone fruit and spice flavors. Finishes with terrific lift."