Here the bouquet makes one sit up and take notice. There is an immediate sense of steel with power behind. Balanced power with tension to follow. I see why François serves this at the end, it certainly builds upon its very fine base to deliver something extra. Fresh yellow fruit and perfect fresh acidity.
(92-95) points, Inside Burgundy (November 2019)
Notes of citrus oil, fresh apricot, pear white flowers and wheat toast preface Carillon's 2018 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Perrières, a medium to full-bodied, fleshy and enveloping wine that's a bit more delicate and fine-boned than his Folatières or Combettes.
(90-93) points, Wine Advocate (February 2020)
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.