“Its easy to assume that Criots would have the same richness and weight as Bâtard, its nextdoor neighbor. In fact, Criots is the most delicate of the five Grand Crus in the vicinity. The wines are more about perfume and delicacy with fine structure and intense minerality, and is from vines planted between 1929 and 1979.”
“I bought it with my partner in a wine shop.
The Blain-Gagnard Criots Batard Montrachet, is yellow and stands out for its brightness. It smelled of orange, lime, lemon, ... Very correct acidity and body.”