By Stephen Tanzer September/October 2010, IWC Issue #152, (See more on Vinous...)93(+?) points(Domaine Ramonet Batard Montrachet) ($180) Pale light yellow. Deep, musky aromas of mint, spices, wild herbs and licorice, with fruit very much in the background. Big, rich and deep, but with strong acidity suppressing the wine's mid-palate flavors. A dense, young and powerful style, in need of extended aging to take its shape and express itself. Finishes chewy and long, with strong building minerality. Ramonet's top 2008s are much more about soil and minerality than they are about fruit, and a number of them will require extended cellaring; most of them make no concessions to early drinkability.