2007 Sauzet, Domaine Etienne Puligny Montrachet Champ Gain Premier Cru

2007 Sauzet, Domaine Etienne Puligny Montrachet Champ Gain Premier Cru

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  • Chardonnay
  • 750ML
  • WA 92
  • BH 92
  • IWC 91

Reviews for 2007 Sauzet, Domaine Etienne Puligny Montrachet Champ Gain Premier Cru

WA 92
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2009
Another of the Sauzet trio (or depending on whether one includes 2 barrels of La Truffiere - which I did not have chance to taste this vintage - quartet) of bottlings from the upper elevations of Puligny their 2007... Another of the Sauzet trio (or depending on whether one includes 2 barrels of La Truffiere - which I did not have chance to taste this vintage - quartet) of bottlings from the upper elevations of Puligny their 2007 Puligny-Montrachet Champs-Gain exudes head-turning vividness of buddleia perfume; bright fresh lime yellow plum and liquid floral perfume on a lithe but silken palate; and finishes with refreshment lift and invigoration with tactile impingement of lime zest and chalk. This ravishing tonic of a Puligny is distinguished for now by its combination of elegance and intensity but will probably gain in complexity over the next several years and I would certainly feel free to follow it for at least half a dozen. -David Schildknecht
BH 92
Burghound - Burghound, July 2009
...the 300+ meter altitude is evident as this is very cool pure and airy offering notes of stone rose petal anise and a hint of brioche that is also picked up by the detailed delicate andracy middle weight flavors that... ...the 300+ meter altitude is evident as this is very cool pure and airy offering notes of stone rose petal anise and a hint of brioche that is also picked up by the detailed delicate andracy middle weight flavors that possess superb intensity and a real sense of harmony on the lingering finish. A Zen wine that should age well.
IWC 91
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, September 2009
($103) Very pale color. Crushed stone lemon grapefruit and flowers on the nose plus a whiff of underripe pineapple. Intensely flavored and nicely sweet offering a lovely combination of supple texture and firm supporting... ($103) Very pale color. Crushed stone lemon grapefruit and flowers on the nose plus a whiff of underripe pineapple. Intensely flavored and nicely sweet offering a lovely combination of supple texture and firm supporting minerality. The wine's density is nicely cut by brisk acidity. Finishes firm but not hard with enticing sappy persistence. Should make a lovely drink. From 50-year-old vines featuring a lot of millerandage