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2003 Puligny-Montrachet Domaine Etienne Sauzet (750ml) [Printable View]
Producer: Domaine Etienne Sauzet etienne-sauzet.com   details
Appellation: Puligny-Montrachet - Côte de Beaune - France (AOC)
Type: white
Varietal: Chardonnay
Maturity: Drink
Rating: n/a
Est. Price: US$27.25
 
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rated (2004 vintage, 750ml bottle) : August 18, 2007 , Robert Parker erobertparker.com
89 points "Spiced minerals, anise, mint, and buttered almonds are found in the aromatics of the 2003 Puligny-Montrachet Les Referts (white). Light to medium-bodied, it sports a satiny texture, excellent depth of fruit, and a suave finish. Toast-laced apples and pears make up its expressive flavor profile. Drink it over the next 5-6 years." Best 2005-2011
rated (2000 vintage, 750ml bottle) : September 24, 2006 , WS
89 points "BH 89 (7/2002): (from parcels everywhere in the commune that are segregated into 8 different cuvées aged in 20% new wood and then assembled into the final blend just before bottling there were 110 barrels, or 2,750 cases, produced so this one should be relatively easy to find; if a given cuvée is rejected or used in the Puligny villages, it is generally declassified into the Bourgogne). A clear step up from the Chassagne as this is wonderfully pure and racy with terrific detail on both the nose and the medium weight flavors and it displays plenty of persistence of the finish. This is really lovely and is classic Puligny in style with much better acid structure than either of the first two wines. This would be a great choice for an all around white good enough to be served at formal events yet not so expensive as to be reserved exclusively for that purpose. IWC 89 (10/2002): Sweet aromas of peach and nuts. Brighter and more expressive than the Chassagne villages, with brisk acids and juicy cut. Classic Puligny-Montrachet village wine, a big success for this bottling chez Boudot. The Vine (9/2001): Good depth here. Quite rich. Good grip. Medium-full body. Elegant and balanced. Very good. From 2005. Sources: BH - Allen Meadows; CG - Connoisseurs Guide; IWC - International Wine Cellar/Steven Tanzer; MB - Michael Broadbent; WA-Wine Advocate; WE-Wine Enthusiast; WS-Wine Spectator; " Best 2005-
rated (1999 vintage, 750ml bottle) : January 5, 2006 , Robert Ellis
"Archetypal Puligny; elegant and refined, with a stony, steely acidity underlying the soft, lush fruit. Berry Bros" Best 2005-2009
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