The Arnaud Ente 2009 Meursault Clos des Ambres presents a nose that is remarkably well-defined, characterized by citrus, nectarine, and almond aromas. Upon entry, the palate unfolds with a rounded texture, offering notes of grapefruit, almond, nectarine, and apple blossom. While displaying a touch of softness on the finish, the overall experience is nothing short of sublime. The initial burst of fruit gives way to a more delicate and understated profile, showcasing impeccable craftsmanship. This Meursault is characterized by a lack of hard edges, featuring a lovely mid-palate juiciness and a wealth of style. The finish is adorned with lingering nuances of crushed rocks, spices, and a hint of smoke, completing this wine with finesse.
Robert Parker - 91 Points
"The 2009 Meursault Clos des Ambres opens with a blast of fruit, then turns more delicate and understated in the glass. This is an impeccable wine with no hard edges, lovely mid-palate juiciness and tons of style. Crushed rocks, spices and smoke linger on the finish."
Antonio Galloni - 91+ Points
"Pale yellow. Fresh nectarine and peach aromas sexed up by hazelnut. Dry but stuffed with ripe peach and citrus flavors. Classically styled Meursault, with a dry, brisk finish. Drink the basic village wine now and give this a few years in the cellar."