2016 Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru Les Combettes

Etienne Sauzet
Internationale Bewertung
  • 89-91 / 100 Wine Advocate
  • 94 / 100 Burghound
  • 93 / 100 Vinous
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89-91 / 100

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The 2016 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Combettes has a clean and precise bouquet with cold stone and flint aromas, great articulation of the terroir here with underlying hints of orange pith and pink grapefruit. The palate is well balanced with a fine thread of acidity, waxy in texture with a fine sense of drive, yet I would have liked to see more complexity and mineral expression towards the finish that just lets the side down here. Let’s see if it improves in bottle. - Neil Martin, Dez. 2017

94 / 100

Allen Meadows' Burghound: Vestiges of post-bottling sulfur don't completely mask the otherwise elegant citrus, white pear and acacia blossom aromas. The detailed, intense and concentrated medium weight plus flavors possess excellent drive on the refined, pure and strikingly long finish. As is often the case, this classy effort takes best in show for the Sauzet 1ers in 2016. - Allen Meadows, Jun. 2018

93 / 100

Vinous: Bright medium yellow. Inviting aromas and flavors of lemon drop and musky lees lifted by floral and mineral elements. The light sulfidey character follows through on the palate, adding an element of complexity to this rather powerful, youthfully clenched wine. Offers an uncommon combination of density, definition and inner-mouth lift and finishes with a firm spine of tannins. There's still some musky oak to be absorbed but this very promising Combettes should enjoy a slow and graceful evolution. - Stephen Tanzer, Sep. 2018

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