2019 Thierry et Pascale Matrot Meursault-Blagny Premier Cru
Here the ripe aromas are completely dominated by sulfur which understandably blurs the nuance. More interesting are the super-sleek and beautifully well-detailed flavors that exhibit fine punch on the citrusy and agreeably dry but somewhat one-dimensional finish. This is awkward today though there does not appear to be any particular reason that it shouldn't properly clean up. Drink 2027+.
Allen Meadows - Burghound
The 2019 Meursault Blagny 1er Cru, which comes from the same climat as the red (though that cannot be stated on the label), has a well-defined, fragrant praline and almond-tinged bouquet. The palate is taut and fresh with a fine bead of acidity. Lightly spiced with ginger and a touch of rhubarb, it feels quite linear at the moment and does not quite kick on toward the finish. Give it the benefit of the doubt and afford it 2–3 years in bottle. Drink 2023 - 2034.
Neal Martin - Vinous
Pale lemon and lime. A more restrained nose, far from the madding crowd of 2019, this Meursault-Blagny has kept its freshness. It offers greater tensile strength than the village Meursault, but not significantly more volume. Lemon apple finish.
Jasper Morris - Inside Burgundy