90 Points Allen Meadows
Here the expressive nose is both more elegant and markedly more floral in character where added breadth is present in the form of apple, pear and citrus peel. There is once again excellent volume and richness to the caressing and super-refreshing medium weight flavors that deliver even better depth and length on the more refined finish. This is also really very good for its level and recommended.
89 Points Robert Parker Wine Advocate
The 2014 Puligny-Montrachet Villages, which comes from the same 12 parcels from north to south of the appellation as in previous years, has a lively bouquet that has more personality than the Chassagne Enceignières – light oyster shell scents coming through with aeration. The palate is well balanced with vibrant acidity, crisp and taut with a lively, green apple and fresh nectarine finish. Nice length here and nicely composed, this would be my preference over the Chassagne Villages this year.