88-91 Points Allen Meadows
A background touch of wood frames the equally fresh and slightly riper aromas of pear, apple and acacia blossom. There is slightly better complexity to the rich, round and very generously proportioned flavors that terminate in a lingering finish where a hint of bitter lemon emerges. This is somewhat more tightly coiled and should repay a few additional years of cellaring.
88-90 Points Robert Parker Wine Advocate
The 2015 Meursault Village has a lively, mint-tinged bouquet with just a touch of anise coming through as it opens in the glass. The palate is generous on the entry with citrus lemon, dried pineapple and a touch of honeycomb, gently unfolding in the glass with a persistent finish. Enjoy this over the next 6-10 years.