Francois Carillon Puligny-Montrachet


The Puligny-Montrachet comes from four hectares of vines, spread over 8 different  localities: Derrière la Velle, Reuchaux, Corvée, Levrons, Aubues, Tremblots, Noyer Bret and Rousselles. The vinification is done in the traditional Burgundian style, with fermentation taking place in small oak casks. The wine is then aged in Allier oak.

“Clear pale yellow. A light nose, still in waiting. Interesting on the palate though with a saline touch behind the yellow fruit which has ripened adequately. A bit stocky behind, without quite the free flow of lesser-frosted wines from 2021. Drink from 2025-2028. Tasted: October 2022.” Jasper Morris (6/21/2022)