"This too is aromatically quite restrained today with its cool and pretty if reluctant aromas of acacia, green apples, zest and spice. There is excellent delineation and punch to the more evidently mineral-driven medium weight flavors that culminate in a subtly long and complex finish. Overall this is lovely and while I marginally prefer the Combettes, the two wines are qualitatively quite similar while offering two different expressions."
(91-93) points, Allen Meadows (June 2018)
"Pale, bright yellow. A bit deeper-pitched and more subdued on the nose than the Combettes, offering scents of fresh apricot, peach, vanillin oak and spices. Fat, pliant and broad, with its fruit sweetness leavened by saline minerality. Finishes reasonably firm, with good length and lift. This wine shows more mineral energy here than the Champs-Gains or Combettes."
91 points, Stephen Tanzer (September 2018)
"Bright yellow. Less expressive on the nose than the Combettes, offering notes of orange and plum brandy. Less generous but more minerally in the mouth, conveying an impression of firmer acidity than most of the other 2016s at this address...."
(87-89) points, Stephen Tanzer (September 2017)
"Tank sample. Rather creamy and a little lower in acidity than Les Combettes. Lightly floral and then dry..."
16.5 points, Jancis Robinson (November 2017)
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.