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The 2015 Puligny villages from the domaine is really excellent and reminds me very much of the 1992 version in its youth. The bouquet is pure, complex and very expressive, wafting from the glass in a blend of pear, delicious apple, spring flowers, a touch of crème patissière and a fine base of chalky soil tones. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and very suave on the attack, with a fine core, bright, zesty acids and lovely cut and mineral drive on the long and classy finish. Just a delicious bottle. 2016-2035.
A pretty and airy nose offers up notes of apple, pear, acacia blossom and both lemon and orange peel scents. There is once again fine volume and intensity to the medium-bodied flavors that possess markedly better complexity on the notably tighter finish that is shaped by moderately firm citrus-tinged acidity.
The 2015 Puligny Montrachet Village represents a step up in terms of complexity this year from the Bourgogne Blanc (occasionally, they can be close in terms of quality, not this year, however). It offers scents of cold limestone, touches of apple peeling and a hint of struck flint. The palate is well balanced with green apple, freshly sliced pear and a touch of salinity towards the elegant finish. It might miss the tension of the 2014, but it should offer plenty of drinking pleasure over the next 4-6 years. (NM)
Very pale yellow. Expressive aromas of pineapple, peach and flowers. Silky, full, classically dry village wine with a very ripe fruit character leavened by harmonious acidity. A bit less refined than the young 2016 version, finishing dustier and more phenolic, with very good length. (ST)
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