‘The 2014 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Boudriotte has a lively citrus, yellow plum and apricot blossom-scented bouquet that is very attractive, gaining vivacity and tension in the glass. The palate is well balanced with crisp acidity, quite saline in the mouth with good tension, just a touch of reduction towards the finish but long in the mouth. This should evolve into a very refined, complex Boudriotte, but I would be inclined to give it a couple of years in bottle (until 2017-18).’ 91-93 points, Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate.
‘Lively, transparent wine with a dry finish. Solid..’. 16/20 points, Jancis Robinson (Jan 2016).
The whites are full-bodied, powerful, and fat, with aromas of almonds (green or toasted, depending on the age of the wine), ripe apples, white flowers, and honey, The finish is remarkably long.
The reds are deeply colored, full-bodied, and often quite fleshy, with classic aroma of cherry or kirsch and blackcurrant. Their firm structure is reminiscent of a wine from the Côte de Nuits.