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  • Terres de Velle Puligny-Montrachet 2017


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  • Terres de Velle Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru Les Referts 2017


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  • Xavier Monnot Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru Les Folatieres 2019


    “The 2019 Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatieres 1er Cru has a well-defined, focused bouquet of apple blossom and touches of quince; underneafh is crushed limestone that comes through with aeration. The palate is rounded and fat in the mouth. This is packed with tropical fruit, but there is sufficient acidify to back it up and a lovely honeyed texture on the finish. Not intellectual, but delicious. Drinking window: 2022-2038. 90-92 points”

    Neal Martin, Vinous (12/20)

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  • Bernard & Thierry Glantenay Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru Les Folatieres 2017


    “Pretty and expressive, the 2017 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Folatières offers up notes of crisp pear, ripe lemon and a touch of struck matchstick from its recent bottling, followed by a medium to full-bodied, satiny palate with tangy acids, nice chewy extract and a chalky finish. It’s one of the finest white wines I’ve tasted from Glantenay. Drink: 2019-2029. 93 points

    The disarmingly modest Thierry Glantenay is emerging as one of the Côte de Beaune’s most exciting producers of red wine. From his hillside winery overlooking the Marquis d’Angerville’s Clos des Ducs, Glantenay is producing a lovely range of elegant, pure and intense Volnays and Pommards that are increasingly consistent and stylistically assured. In the cuverie, he tells me, he is more and more content to let temperature and alcohol do the work of extraction for him, keeping pigéage and rémontage to a minimum; pressing is gentle; and élevage, without racking until the mise en bouteille, takes place in at most 30% new barrels. In the cellar, no matter which barrel you choose, the wines taste reliably wonderful: indeed, after my first tasting with Glantenay, some years ago, I was compelled to return a week later to verify that I hadn’t been imagining things, and that so serious a producer could really be so little known. That his wines sometimes take longer to bounce back after bottling than those of his peers, therefore, surprises me. Glantenay neither fines nor filters, but might the mobile bottling line he uses for the mise perhaps do a gentler job? In any case, the quality is not in doubt, and after the superb vintages of 2015 and 2016, 2017 is a worthy successor, in a lighter, more supple register, certainly, but with plenty of flavor and personality, and at last, available in normal quantities.”

    William Kelley, Wine Advocate (01/19)

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