MEURSAULT 1ER CRU LES PORUZOTS
Peach, musk melon, narcissus, orange blossom, and crushed stone in the nose of Chateau de Puligny's 2007 Meursault Les Poruzots lead into a rich, expansive, subtly creamy palate that is nevertheless laced with refreshing citrus and underlain by a sense of chalky mineral extract. Here is another instance of concentration and a sense of stuffing somehow allied to buoyancy. This finishes long and refined, offering a coolly herbal and citric, subtly saline, chalky and pungent rendition of its site that captivates me, although I can imagine that some tasters might find it almost too well-mannered. I would anticipate its being worth following for 6-8 years.