|2009 Vintage: 89+ Points - Antonio Galloni, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Bourgogne is a highly attractive, polished entry-level wine. Floral notes mingle with white stone fruit on the understated, elegant finish. This is a pretty reserved style for the year, but it works. Anticipated maturity: 2012+.
This is an excellent set of wines from Jean-Marc Boillot. The wines were aged in 25% new barrels, with batonnage once a week. The malos were finished by February and the wines were bottled in September 2010. Readers will note that most of the estate’s whites are Puligny-Montrachet premier crus. In 2009, not all of these wines are markedly different from each other, which is not completely surprising in a warm year. At the same time, another feature of these 2009s is that many of the wines are unusually bright for the year."