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Welcome to one of the most historic wine regions in the world, a province of eastern France that is famous for its red wines produced from Pinot Noir and its whites produced from Chardonnay. (Small of amounts of other grapes are still grown, although these have to be labeled differently.) This is complicated and exciting territory - the hallowed ground where more than a few bonafide wine geeks end up. View our selection...

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This is a charming Chardonnay from a small grower in the Mâcon. Lionel Rhedon-Marin is a recent graduate of the College of Viticulture in the nearby village of Davaye, where Guffens trained. All of their young-vine fruit is sold in bulk to one of the better negociants, who is pleased to have it, since Lionel is such a careful grower. But their old-vine fruit, all over 45 years of age, is kept for the Domaine's wine, which is tantalizing and elegant. Our staff raved: "Every vintage the Domaine des Niales wine is one of my favorites from the Maconnais." Be...
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2017 Alain Corcia Bourgogne Rouge
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Alain Corcia founded his négociant company back in 1983. Originally focused on bottling Burgundy, they expanded their grower relationships to include wines from the Rhône, Bordeaux and even Champagne. Our relationship with Alain goes back over three decades, and he and his wife Patricia have supplied us with some of our greatest values from their respective regions. As a négociant, Mr. Corcia is very hands-on with the wines, making each one in its home region and choosing not to blend across appellations, all the better to reflect each wine's true terroi...
Price: $14.99

2017 Domaine Bart Marsannay Rouge "Les Echezots"
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Firm reduction masks the underlying fruit today. Otherwise there is good punch and lovely detail to the more mineral-inflected flavors that aren't especially complex but they are quite refreshing and the finish is well-balanced. We'll see if it can add more depth but again, this is very pretty and well crafted." (01/2019)
Price: $29.99

2017 Domaine Bart "Les Finottes" Marsannay Rouge
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Soft wood sets off earthy and humus-suffused aromas of forest floor and dark berry fruit. There is good freshness and vitality to the delicious flavors that possess reasonable depth and persistence. This is light but pretty and should drink well young." (01/2019)
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2017 Chateau de la Maltroye Bourgogne Blanc
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A smoky nose reveals notes of straw, ripe pear and plenty of petrol influence. There is both good vibrancy and solid volume to the delicious and focused flavors that conclude in a clean, dry and crisp finish that is quite refreshing. This nicely complex offer should drink well early and with a few years of bottle age on it. *Outstanding, Top Value*" (06/2019)
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2017 Jacques Bavard Bourgogne Blanc
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Allen Meadows writes: "Jacques Bavard is a former Paris restaurateur and a fifth generation Puligny winemaker. He lives in the old stone house of his grandfather on the Grand Rue. However, he is not farming his family vines but has become a micro-négoce working closely with several growers. Bavard prefers early picking since he believes Burgundy needs nervous energy to better display its terroir. He works with a mix of conventionally-sized barrels (and with 350 liter barrels) with the goal of obtaining more volume on the mid-palate but with less wood inf...
Price: $24.99

2017 Olivier Leflaive Bourgogne Blanc "Les Sétilles"
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91 points James Suckling: "As always a fresh and clean white with sliced cooked apples, lemons, some mango and a hint of stone. Medium-bodied, clean and bright. Drink now." (01/2019) 90 points Decanter: "No fewer than 65 parcels go into this commendably reliable cuvée, sourced from vineyards in Rully, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet and the Hautes Côtes. It's lightly wooded, appealingly fresh and showing good citrus-like ping. Drinking Window 2019 - 2022. (TA) " (10/2017) Wine Spectator: "This is bright, showing lemon, apple and light spice notes on a...

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner; showcasing the pureness of the Pinot Noir by de-stemming completely so as to remove tannic structure.
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This producer likes wood, but in this case, the fruit makes a fine match. It delivers a structured, toasty wine with layers of juicy blackberry fruits and good acidity. It will age and should not be drunk before 2022." (10/2019) K&L Notes: Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit...

90 points Decanter: "The Louis Bouillot ‘Perle’ series is exceptionally well-crafted for its price and all of the wines are recommendable. I’ve picked out the Rosé Perle d’Aurore, though, as rosé is something of a Bouillot speciality (over a million bottles are produced every year) and it’s a wine which isn’t shy about its burgundian identity. 'We want,' says Marcel Combes, 'vinosity above all, almost a touch of tannin, with what you could almost call a compote style of fruit.' Autumn red fruits are there on the nose, but in a soft and understated sty...

2015 Jean Claude Poisson Bourgogne Blanc
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Writing in Vinous, Stephen Tanzer reported: "The very warm, dry growing season of 2015 yielded Burgundy’s fleshiest, most opulent white wines since at least 2009. The 2015 whites are clean, pure and rich, favoring ripe orchard and soft citrus fruits over minerality, as is typical of very warm, sunny years." (09/2016) This blanc by Jean Claude is a solid, everyday white Burgundy that captures the essence of the vintage.
Price: $11.99

Jancis Robinson: "Easy-drinking, medium body. Apple fruit, a touch of salinity adds some interest on the finish. Smooth texture with a snappy finish. (RH)" (01/2019) K&L Notes: "Garagistes," the Langoureaus mostly concern themselves with making white Burgundy from St. Aubin, Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet in their cellar.
Price: $29.99

Alain Corcia founded his négociant company back in 1983. Originally focused on bottling Burgundy, they expanded their grower relationships to include wines from the Rhône, Bordeaux and even Champagne. Our relationship with Alain goes back over three decades, and he and his wife Patricia have supplied us with some of our greatest values from their respective regions. As a négociant, Mr. Corcia is very hands-on with the wines, making each one in its home region and choosing not to blend across appellations, all the better to reflect each wine's true terroi...
Price: $13.99

2017 Château Vitallis St. Veran "A La Cote"
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Vitallis is a new "hidden gem" our buyers found in the Mâcon, where small producers fly under the radar. In classic Burgundian fashion, the Dutron family has been growing vines since 1835, and now owns some of the oldest and best parcels in the village of Fuissé in the Pouilly-Fuissé district. In the glass, the wines live up to the hype.
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2016 Jacques Bavard Auxey-Duresses Rouge
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Maison Jacques Bavard is a tiny negociant producer in Puligny-Montrachet. He comes from a long line of winegrowers, and is dedicated to working with organic and biodynamic growers. We found him a few years ago on a tip, and found the purity of his wines to be most impressive. Thanks to importing his wines directly, we have them available at a very modest price.
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95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Coming from 56-year-old vines and fermented and aged in barrel, the 2017 Meursault Perrières 1er Cru is a gem in the lineup and certainly delivers the goods. Offering a vivid bouquet of white flowers and stone and citrus fruits, beautiful wet stone and flinty minerality, and some salty seaside notes, it hits the palate with medium-bodied richness, racy yet integrated acidity, and a crisp, lengthy finish. It’s a brilliant, perfectly balanced Meursault that almost has a Chassagne-Montrachet-like purity and elegance. " (04/2019) 95...

The Girardin family has cultivated the vine for 13 generations, and the domaine developed in the sixties thanks to Jean Girardin, notably with the acquisition of Château de la Charrière. Having passed his childhood among the vines and in the cellar, Yves developed a passion for all aspects of wine and its culture. In 1981 the family holding of 12 hectares was divided, and Yves found himself at the head of 3 hectares. Wishing to grow and diversify his range of appellations, he bought vines at Chassagne-Montrachet and Pommard and today holds 21.50 hectar...
Price: $34.99

91 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Another beautiful wine from this estate is the 2017 Puligny-Montrachet, a beautifully layered, elegant white that shines on all accounts. Crisp citrus, stone fruits, white flowers, and a liquid rock-like minerality all define the bouquet, and it’s medium-bodied, pure, and textured on the palate. It has everything in the right place, is balanced, and is going to evolve nicely for 7-8 years, if not longer." (04/2019) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Puligny-Montrachet opens in the glass with notes of buttered app...

Domaine Bart is a wine estate in Marsannay in the northern Côte de Nuits in Burgundy, chiefly producing red wines from the Pinot Noir grape variety. Pierre Bart represents the sixth generation of the family to run the estate. There are 22 hectares (54 acres) of estate vineyards, mostly in Marsannay, making nine different single-vineyard Pinot Noir wines.
Price: $19.99

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner.
Price: $29.99

2017 Jacques Bavard Bourgogne Rouge
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Allen Meadows writes: "Jacques Bavard is a former Paris restaurateur and a fifth generation Puligny winemaker. He lives in the old stone house of his grandfather on the Grand Rue. However, he is not farming his family vines but has become a micro-négoce working closely with several growers. Bavard prefers early picking since he believes Burgundy needs nervous energy to better display its terroir. He works with a mix of conventionally-sized barrels (and with 350 liter barrels) with the goal of obtaining more volume on the mid-palate but with less wood inf...
Price: $24.99

2017 Domaine Dupre Bourgogne Rouge
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The family farm was created in the 1950's. At the time, it was more focused on mixed farming, raising livestock, and working a few parcels of vines (approximately 3 hectares). By the late 1980's, it had gradually switched to viticulture. Jean-Christophe Dupre joined the business in 1990, followed by Vincent Dupre in 1994. By then the estate had grown to around a dozen hectares. Winery note: "The Domaine's red wines show a beautiful complexity and a distinct character. The low-yielding vines create wines 'that must be left to come', according to Hervé Gu...
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92 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Meursault “Casse Têtes” from Domaine Lafouge is also excellent on both the nose and palate. The bouquet delivers a classic blend of pear, apple, passion fruit, hazelnut, chalky soil tones, spring flowers and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and a bit more reserved today than the Meix Chavaux, with a fine core, lovely focus and cut and impressive lift on the long and nascently complex finish. This too is excellent." (12/2018) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Meursault L...

2017 Domaine Paul Pernot Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru
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91-94 points Vinous: "(from vines averaging about 30 years of age, planted mostly in 1987 and 1990; Pernot pulled up more than one-third of his Bâtard vines after the 2016 for replanting; both this wine and the Bienvenue began in 50% new oak, with most of the rest of the barrels once used): Bright lemon-yellow color. Nose dominated by yellow peach and clove. More intense and filled in today than the Bienvenue but still not an opulent style. In fact, its lively balance of sweetness and acidity buffers its thickness and gives the wine a penetrating quality...

88-91 points Vinous: "(Pernot made almost 60 hectoliters per hectare of this village wine from his 6.5 hectares): Pure aromas and flavors of stone fruits, citrus blossom and white flowers, with a hint of minerality. Juicy, dry and classic, conveying noteworthy inner-mouth lift and harmonious acidity. As in so many past vintages, this should turn out to be an excellent village wine. (ST)" (09/2018) Allen Meadows - Burghound: "(from 4 different separate lieux-dits within Puligny and Blagny from vines that average 50 years of age). A smoky nose is compose...

Neal Martin writes: "Located in the heart of the village of Puligny is Domaine Pernot-Belicard, a less well-known producer perhaps, though their premises are certainly impressive. The internet seems undecided on whether it is “Belicart” or “Belicard”, though it should be the latter and without hyphen. I met with Philippe Pernot, the son of Paul Pernot, who established the domaine with his wife in 2009. His approach in the vineyard is one of lutte raisonee..."
Price: $16.99

William Kelley writes: "One of my favorite insider domaines in Burgundy, Domaine Jean et Gilles Lafouge produces a range of impressively consistent and compelling wines from some 10 hectares spread across the appellations of Auxey-Duresses, Meursault and Pommard. Old vines, cultivated soils and classical winemaking are the rudiments of Gilles Lafouge's recipe for success. The clean and organized cuverie and cellar immediately communicate a sense of dedication and attention to detail that comes across just as strongly in the glass. This estate is a source...
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95-98 points Vinous: "Bright ruby. Fruit-driven aromas of crushed black cherry and dark raspberry convey outstanding pungent lift. Incredibly concentrated, sappy and primary, conveying outstanding juicy purity and compelling thickness to its dark fruit and violet flavors. At once hugely powerful and utterly seamless, this wine finishes with great spicy length and lift. A real essence of Burgundy--and likely to evolve gracefully for 25 years or more. (ST)" (01/2018) 96 points Wine Spectator: "The serious depth is held in reserve for now, offering black ...

2016 Domaine François Labet Bourgogne Rouge Vieilles Vignes
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "There is a touch of herbal tea to the red currant, raspberry and softly earth-scented nose. The racy and nicely delineated flavors offer good depth though there is a mild dryness to the slightly austere finale." (04/2019)
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89-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "An exuberantly fresh and expressive nose offers up notes of violet, spiced plum, cassis and a whiff of the sauvage. There is better richness and a bit better density as well if less minerality to the more broad-shouldered flavors that culminate in a palate coating, youthfully austere and sneaky long finish. This too will need at least some patience as the supporting tannins are firm but again, not hard." (01/2019)

The first traces of Dubois Vignerons appear around 1600 with the birth of Emiland Dubois. It is the first ancestor, and winemaker, found in official records. More recently, Louis Dubois (1874 - 1947) became the owner of his first parcel of vines in 1898, then developed the estate with 2 hectares of vines in the villages of Premeaux-Prissey and Nuits-Saint-Georges. Robert (1910 - 2004), his son, dedicates his life to the vineyards of the estate and continues to expand the area by acquiring his first parcel of Nuits 1er Cru in 1961. Régis Dubois (1943),...
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91-94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "100% from vines in Aloxe and all domaine fruit. The majority of wines in the range have been expressive and open yet this is tight and backward to the point of reticence yet it is still beautifully elegant with green apple and acacia blossom aromas that merge seamlessly into stunningly rich, full and powerful flavors that possess real drive and punch on the penetrating finish that is chiseled and almost painfully intense. We'll see the final result once it's in bottle but this would appear to have terrific potenti...

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Faiveley's 2016 Bourgogne Pinot Noir reveals a lovely bouquet of ripe cherries, grilled meats and woodsmoke, framed by a light touch of reduction that rapidly dissipates in the glass. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, rich and fleshy, with juicy acids and youthfully chewy structuring tannins. It's a hearty, successful effort in a vintage that didn't always lend itself to generic Bourgogne, which tended to be hit hard by frost. (WK)" (04/2019) Wine Spectator: "Rich, sporting black cherry and blackberry flavors, a...
Price: $19.99

89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A trace of reduction is insufficient to mask the peppery and earthy aromas of dark currant and plum. The sleek, intense and more voluminous flavors also possess a slightly finer mouth feel while displaying very fine depth and persistence on the balanced and well-detailed finale. This too is very good for its level." (04/2018)

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "(aged half in wood, half in steel with only ~10% of the portion in wood being new – from Puligny vines). Post-bottling sulfur presently dominates the underlying fruit so give this a quick aeration if you’re going to crack a bottle before a year has gone by. Otherwise there is excellent energy to the delicious, racy and saline-inflected flavors that terminate in a clean, dry and linear finish. Despite the difficult nose, this offers fine potential as an ageworthy Bourgogne." (06/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Offering ...
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Jean-Michel Giboulot took over the family business in 1982 and has put together one of the best bang-for-your-buck portfolios in all of Burgundy over the last three-plus decades. His wines are known as great values out of Burgundy's Savigny-lès-Beaune appellation, and both the reds and whites are equally strong. Giboulet's wines straddle the line between traditional and modern, with reds that have crunchier fruit and fine tannins, but plenty of ripeness and pureness of fruit.
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2017 Domaine Paul Pernot Bourgogne Blanc
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "(from Puligny vines on the Meursault border – vinified in stainless steel). Whiffs of pear, apple, citrus and petrol can be found on the fresh and cool nose. The forward, forward and delicious flavors are also on the lighter side while offering an equally refreshing finish that exhibits both saline and bitter lemon characters." (06/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Aromas of ripe lemons, apples and flowers preface the 2017 Bourgogne Chardonnay, a medium-bodied, satiny wine with a succulent, elegantly textural profile in ...
Price: $24.99

92-93 points James Suckling: "This is a real Puligny with lemons and cooked apples. Hints of straw and limestone. Full- to medium-bodied, layered and clean. Bright finish. A beauty. Savory and salt at the end. Drink now. " (02/2018) 88-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Fresh and appealingly layered aromas grudgingly reveal notes of white peach, lavender, citrus zest and hint of oak. The round, caressing and utterly delicious medium-bodied flavors possess a relatively sophisticated mouth feel before ending in a dry, clean and mildly austere finish."...


John Gilman: "The Lafouge family’s 2017 Bourgogne rouge is a very good example, offering up a bright bouquet of cherries, quince, a fine base of soil, woodsmoke and a gentle topnote of roses. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, nicely soil-driven and tangy, with a solid core and just a bit of ripe tannin perking up the quite long finish. These vines are directly across the RN-74 from the vines of the Château de Pommard as one enters into Pommard from Beaune. Good juice." (12/2018)
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According to the winery, the grapes are harvested and sorted by hand and the proportion of de-stemmed grapes and whole clusters varies depending on the vintage. The wines are pumped over twice daily and after fermenting for 15 to 19 days the free-run wine is run off using a gravity system. The wines are aged for 12 months in French oak barrels, (10% of which are new oak) which have been selected for their fine grain and moderate toast. Tasting notes: "Beautiful ruby red color and notes of fresh red fruits and spice on the nose. A smooth, easy to drink wi...
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90-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Hailing from the lieux-dits Les Clous and Moulin Landin, the 2017 Meursault unfurls in the glass with pretty aromas of crisp green orchard fruit, citrus oil, hazelnut cream and white flowers. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny and pure, with an elegantly textural attack, a good core of fruit and crisp acids. What's more, there are fully eleven barrels this year. (WK)" (04/2019) 91 points John Gilman: "It is not just the Auxey blanc cuvées chez Lafouge that have excellent cut and grip on 2017, ...

92 points Decanter: "This is the best of the three Dujac négocoiant bottlings - unsurprising given that they are based in the village. It's sourced from a trio of old-vine parcels, and the 80% whole bunches are savoury and well-integrated, with a little new oak spice adding complexity to the bramble fruit. Drinking Window 2022 - 2027. (TA) " (10/2018) 88-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is a bit more floral in character with its mix of red currant, cherry and soft wood nuances. There is more volume and punch to the attractively textured flav...

91 points Wine Spectator: "Fine depth of flavor and juicy cherry fruit mark this red. Licorice, plum, spice and stone notes complement the core of ripe cherry. Harmonious enough to enjoy now. Drink now through 2028." (07/2019) K&L Notes: Neal Martin writes: "I asked Erwan Faiveley for his opinion on the wines. Is it a bona fide great vintage? 'The 2017 is a classic vintage,' he replied. 'The wines are well balanced. I think it will be considered very good, maybe a little modern in style, like 2007 or 2011, but the wines are deeper and fresher than thos...

97 points James Suckling: "Linear, muscular, deep and flavorful. Stone, dried lemons and cooked apples. Firm and fresh. Just a baby. Drink or hold." (01/2019) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Richly structured, this wine is all texture at this stage—although the rich fruit lingers underneath. Apple, pear and citrus fruits give this opulent, powerful wine its freshness. This has a great future ahead. (RV)" (11/2012) 91-94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Here the nose is dominated by reduction and sulfur at present and is thus unreadable. What can be ass...

Wine Spectator: "A compact style, offering lemon, apple and light spice flavors that take on a tactile feel on the finish. Offers just a hint of citrus peel bitterness for lift. Drink now. (BS, Web Only-2018)" Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is aromatically similar to the Sétilles but with even more citrus influence that continues onto the tighter and more complex flavors that terminating in youthfully austere and sneaky long finish. This is a very good Bourgogne though it's one that will need at least a year or two of bottle age first. *Outstanding*" ...
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89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: " A more complex and much more floral-inflected nose reveals notes of citrus peel, spice, green apple and a whiff of oak toast. The denser if still quite seductively textured middle weight flavors possess an abundance of sappy dry extract that coats the palate on the lingering and equally complex finale. This isn't as elegant as it usually is but even so it offers fine quality for a villages level wine." (06/2019) 89-91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Puligny-Montrachet Village is brighter and mor...

94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Here there is also noticeable if not dominant wood spice that frames the admirably elegant, restrained and very pure, cool and almost airy red berry fruit and intense earth notes that grandly introduce the big-bodied, powerful and mineral-driven flavors that possess strikingly good definition and punch on the austere and stunningly long finish. This too is a bit oaky at present but there is really impressive underlying material. Bravo. " (01/2008) K&L Notes: Burghound's producer note: "For readers who may be unfami...
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89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Moderate wood stops short of fighting with the essence of dark pinot fruit and evident sauvage nuances. The rich but punchy medium-bodied flavors flash noticeable minerality on the sleek, precise and delicious finish that is shaped by firm but not hard or rustic tannins though even so, some patience will be necessary." (01/2019)

89-92 points Vinous: "Bright lemon-yellow. Subdued aroma of ripe peach, with a hint of flowers. Offers good energy and depth to its smoky, musky stone fruit flavors. The wine's minerality is apparent on the firm, rising back end, which is the longest of these 2017s to this point but a bit youthfully harsh without being dry. These vines are about 45 years of age, which Pernot does not consider to be especially old. (ST)" (09/2018) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Champ Canet reveals notions of sweet Mayer lem...