Boyer Puligny-Montrachet Reuchaux 2020


Most consider Puligny-Montrachet to be white Burgundy’s highest form. The chiseled, stony intensity found in its wines make them well suited to balance a ripe vintage, and the 2020s we’ve tasted from Puligny have been even more attractive than usual. Vincent Boyer’s village-level “Reuchaux” comes from vines just north of the village, not far from the Meursault border.

The domaine’s signature sophistication and charm are in effect here, but in a more detailed and fine-tuned package. Boyer’s extended aging in eggs makes Reuchaux more approachable young than it used to be, but we still think it’s at its best after a year in the cellar. In short, this is regal, refined, and lovely white Burgundy.

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