91 Points Robert Parker
Ente’s 2007 Puligny-Montrachet smells of iris, orange blossom, fresh lemon, and white peach; displays a more profound version of the sort of interchange of citrus and pit fruit with salt, chalk, and savory mineral elements that one experienced with the corresponding Chassagne; juxtaposes subtle creaminess and slickness of glycerin with bright, juicy citrus and high-toned esters; and finishes buoyantly, with succulent fruit, myriad mineral notes, and emerging nut oils and toasted grain. I would expect this nearly perfectly-proportioned Puligny to perform well for 5-6 years.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. December, 2009
89 Points Burghound.com
This is notably more elegant and refined with an acacia blossom, white peach and lightly spiced pear nose that is cool, elegant and layered while complementing the précised, focused and citrus-infused flavors that culminate in an energetic and subtly mineral-suffused finish. The balance is lovely here and this is a solidly complex wine for its level. Worth a look. Drink from 2011.