The vines date from 1973 or before. A touch more colour, a rather firmer nose. This is very complete in the mouth, with weight and power, interesting little detailed notes come through behind, but an impressive structure nonetheless.
92 points, Inside Burgundy (December 2018)
The 2017 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Perrières is very promising indeed, offering up a youthfully reticent bouquet of crushed rocks, ripe citrus oil and white flowers. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, deep and satiny, with lovely purity, a taut, tensile core and a long, precise finish. To my palate, this is the finest Perrières that François Carillon has produced to date.
(92-94)+ points, Wine Advocate (May 2019)
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.