The tight 1992 Meursault-Les Perrieres is a more backward wine than the 1992 Meursault-Les Genevrieres, with a steely, mineral-scented nose, superb length, and ripe, long, powerful flavors that are supported by crisp acidity. It will be the slowest 1992 to evolve. The 1992s are still in cask, hence the estimated ratings. All of Lafon's 1992s are ripe, rich, precocious wines that will not have the aging potential of the superb 1989s, and excellent 1990s. Lafon, who sells only ten percent of his production to the United States, believes his 1992s are similar to the 1982s (probably the best wines of the vintage), but with more intensity and purity. Lafon rarely filters his wines.