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2007 Puligny-Montrachet, Les Demoiselles, Colin-Deleger

Côte de Beaune, 1er cru

$170.00 per Bottle


1 Bottle




"There are three demi-muids and half a barrique of Michel Colin's 2007 Puligny-Montrachet Les Demoiselles constituting a bumper crop for this tiny site (now with three owners, including son Bruno and the Domaine Amiot). A faint aura of white truffle joins chalk dust, sea breeze, iris, and diverse citrus in the nose. Luscious and bright on the palate, with a subtly creamy texture, this finishes with a memorable, dynamic mingling lime, grapefruit, tangerine and white peach with chalk, salt, toasted nuts, and savory suggestions of lobster shell reduction and browned butter. This many-faceted gem should be worth following for the better part of a decade. Bruno and Philippe Colin's father Michel continues to be the owner of three of the family's prime parcels, and the wines are vinified at the family cellars alongside those of Bruno." David Schildknecht, eRobertParker.com #186
(WA, 12/01/2009)

Rating: 93

"Noticeable if not strong SO2 - decant. This is also wonderfully elegant, pure, cool and refined with acacia and citrus blossom aromas that introduce equally refined, minerally and detailed middle weight flavors blessed with ample dry extract and excellent length. This is a serious wine that should age well." Allen Meadows, Burghound.com, Issue 35
(AM, 07/01/2009)

Rating: 92
Drink from: 2012+

"Ripe lemon and wet stone on the nose, which comes across as less pristine than that of the Remilly. Big, rich, fat and sweet, but with an almost aggressive character to the ripe peach and spice flavors. Offers impressive volume for the year, and yet I find it less incisive than the Remilly, with a lower-pitched apple element. Is this primary enough? Bruno Colin notes that this wine tasted better before it was bottled." Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
(IWC, 09/01/2009)

Rating: 90(+?)?

"More creamy than the En Remilly. A bit of white pepper. Lots of grapefruit and a tiniest hint of exotic spice. Lovely complexity. Intense, bright and very long. Very classy." Julia Harding MW, JancisRobinson.com
(JR, 06/13/2009)

Rating: 17.5
Drink from: 2011-2016

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