Very pale straw-yellow. Perfumed, high-pitched aromas of grapefruit, lemon, spearmint and crushed aromatic herbs. Denser and sweeter than the Morgeot, but also more elegant and refined in a Puligny way. The citrus fruit flavors are nicely lifted by white flowers in the mouth, but this very ripe wine comes across as lower in acidity than the Morgeot. Finishes rich, very dry and long. This was 12.7% potential alcohol chaptalized to 13.5%. A terrific showing.
Score: 92 points -- Stephen Tanzer, Vinous, May 2015