91 Points Robert Parker
Honeysuckle, lily, and chalk dust mark the nose of Remoissenet's 2007 Puligny-Montrachet Les Perrieres. As befits its name, this is persistently stony, with a firmer feel and less overt sweetness of fruit than the other wines in this collection. At the same time there is a refinement of texture and a sense of seamlessness here that are singular in that same context. Restrained peach and pear with hauntingly persistent liquid floral perfume underlain by crushed stone make for an absorbing and soothing yet buoyant and refreshing finish. My suspicion is that this will be worth following for 5-7 years.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. December, 2009