This could be the first time we have ever offered wines from Domaine Jomain. A bit of an under the radar family domaine established in 1992 when the father Marc passed, leaving plots of land in some of Puligny-Montrachet's most sacred vineyards. This, too, was tasted recently and is an impressive look at Combettes, which lies close to the Boarder of Meursault and is one of Puligny's most northern crus. The wines here tend to have influences from both Puligny and Mersault with focused minerality from Puligny and complex honeyed notes from Meursault. Jomain's Combettes just that, lovely mineral notes with lime blossoms, lemon curd, almond, and a touch of honey. The palate has a beautiful balance of acidity and richness with a mouthwatering finish that ends on a butterscotch note and keeps drawing you back—a great effort from Jomain and a nice bottle to get reacquainted with the Domaine.