Perrieres


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  • Wine

    Very nice minerality for a Meursault, but then it is Perrières! Deceptively backward, with good stoniness and dry extract on the finish. Plenty to come. Drink from 2016.

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    Yields here were down at 23 hectolitres per hectare (only 65 cases of 12 were made) and the natural concentration is easy to see. There is plenty of power and strong extract but also very good freshness and bite. Drink from 2017.

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    This makes a lovely contrast with the Puligny version. There is all the taut stonyness one looks for from the vineyard but then also the intense, compact, richness of serious Meursault, too. Impressive. Drink from 2017.

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    This may also be a Perrières but it is very much Meursault over Puligny in style, with excellent weight and mouthfeel. Harmonious, in proportion and really concentrated. Drink from 2019.

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    Philippe’s other Perrières but from Meursault this time. This is rich and quite compact with some floral notes mingling with almost lush but balanced fruit. Good density and matter here. Drink from 2020.

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    Philippe’s other Perrières but from Meursault this time. This is rich and quite compact with some floral notes mingling with almost lush but balanced fruit. Good density and matter here. Drink from 2020.

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    This vineyard was not frosted at all. It is quite rich and broad but also quite backward and less `en place` than the Puligny 1ers Crus. Needs time; promising.

  • Wine

    This vineyard was not frosted at all. It is quite rich and broad but also quite backward and less `en place` than the Puligny 1ers Crus. Needs time; promising.

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    Not much difference between these last two this year, qualitatively speaking at least. The purity of this on the nose and through the palate is enough to win you over. Drink from 2017.

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    This is from a 0.6 hectare parcel, and it would be easy to think of this as the signature wine of the domaine. Meursault at its most mineral and racy, with a wine making style that leans towards the reductive. Such intensity and length, it is wines like these that will restore our confidence in laying down white Burgundy. Drink from 2020. This only needs to end up half as good as the astonishing 2014 to be a cracker and all the signs are that it is not too far behind already. Lithe, salty, structured and energetic. Very complete and quite lovely

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    This is an impressive wine another one that came from the Château de Puligny purchase. The extract is excellent and it is really Perrières in style with stone, flowers and white spice all having a shout. 20% new oak is just right. Lively and good bite. Drink from 2019.

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    This is an impressive wine another one that came from the Château de Puligny purchase. The extract is excellent and it is really Perrières in style with stone, flowers and white spice all having a shout. 20% new oak is just right. Lively and good bite. Drink from 2019.

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    This is a fabulous wine in its own right, although its history and unique character add a certain additional appeal. Production was small, just six barrels, of which 1 was new. There is spice, stone and flowers with a hint of blackcurrantn leaf and unevolved honey. Drink from 2018

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    Perrières lies right in the heart of the village yet the good examples such as this always seem to have a lovely mix of pure, stone fruit and white flowers. This is zesty and lively with depth and drive and real concentration. Top notch. Drink from 2017

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    Old vines again here (sixty years old) and a lot of small berries, meaning great concentration without being overworked. This is saline and mineral and really mouthwatering. Certainly the best Puligny ever made at this domaine. Drink from 2019

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    Just 0.55 of a hectare, with an average vine age of just over 60 years. The 30% of new oak adds a touch of spice, but is otherwise already integrated. Very concentrated with lots of texture and very long flavours. Drink from 2020.

  • Wine

    Just 0.55 of a hectare, with an average vine age of just over 60 years. The 30% of new oak adds a touch of spice, but is otherwise already integrated. Very concentrated with lots of texture and very long flavours. Drink from 2020.

  • Wine

    This vineyard is almost two in one. Half is quite rich soil whilst the other half is stony and limestone heavy. These juxtaposed characteristics each bring something different to the table, providing weight and texture on the hand and energy and minerality on the other. Works very well

  • Wine

    This vineyard is almost two in one. Half is quite rich soil whilst the other half is stony and limestone heavy. These juxtaposed characteristics each bring something different to the table, providing weight and texture on the hand and energy and minerality on the other. Works very well