Had these two fabulous older whites, and thought they deserved a blog post of their own. Both have aged beautifully.
Domaine Marc Morey 1er Cru Virondot Chassagne Montrachet 1999 Burgundy, France
Toasty, taut and complex with spicy notes and fresh citrus, as well as some bready character. Satisfying and broad with real finesse and good acidity. 94/100
Klein Constantia Blanc de Blancs 1987 South Africa
Quite remarkable. The cork is very soft and wine-soaked, but the wine itself is still fully alive. Complex and spicy with notes of grapefruit, melon, toast and nuts. Complex and profound, with a distinctively sweet character. Rich and stylish – drinking beautifully now. 94/100