"Bright straw-green. A very different bouquet to that of its sibling, pointing to a focused and intense palate, rich and full, with only an airbrush of new oak (20%). Louis Carillon had run counter to tradition, by relying on selected, rather than wild, yeasts. It always seemed to me this made the overall style more coherent and reliable. Drink 2018-2021."
93 points, James Halliday
"Here’s a powerful wine with golden tones, nutty flavour along with peach, pear and lemon, perhaps some menthol, fair acidity and grip, but shows a little too much warmth through the back palate, though it’s a pretty long one, I’d have to say and attractively chalky. Just a bit too ripe for me, but very good in a fuller style. By way of context, perhaps like Leeuwin Estate in style, but with much less oak."
93 points, Gary Walsh (March 2018)
Puligny Blancs have a distinguished bouquet of almond paste, ferns, tropical fruit, amber, and white flowers. Their discreet acidity leaves room for a very soft mouthfeel and an impressive long finish.