In keeping with my cellar clear out practice I found and opened a
bottle of 1995 Olivier Leflaive Puligny Montrachet "Les Folatieres"
that was the last of a case I bought on release. I grilled lobsters
(on sale at Whole Foods for $5/lb) and served with fresh English pea
risotto. The wine was medium gold in the glass with a sparkling
clarity. Initial sulphur notes blew off quickly leaving a slight
oxidative aroma of old apples. Intially almost cloyingly sweet with
canned pineapple flavors and an underlying oxidative quality, 20
minutes in the glass allowed for a stunning turn around. Wonderfully
complex with lemon lime, lemon curd, tropical fruits and vanilla
custard on the palate all wrapped around a core of zippy saline
minerality. "A-"