Discreet wood sets off slightly riper but still fresh aromas of various white orchard fruit that are cut with hints of petrol and citrus confit. There is fine concentration, muscle and power to the big-bodied flavors that coat the palate with extract on the firm, complex and impressively persistent finish. This isn't refined but for full-on hedonism, this qualifies. Drink 2027+, 90-93 – Allan Meadows’ Burghound.
The 2019 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Morgeot incorporates his holdings in the Abbaye de Morgeot as well as Les Fairendes—two lieux-dits that he has, in the past, bottled separately. Exhibiting aromas of pear, beeswax, freshly baked bread, toasted almonds and crushed mint, it's medium to full-bodied, elegantly muscular and incisive, with lively acids, fine concentration and a long, mineral finish. 92-94 Points. William Kelley, The Wine Advocate.
Wow! He strikes again. There's so much intensity flowing through the wine, from the nose, through to the flavours and onto the outstanding length. A myriad of aromas confront your nose, from ripe stone fruit and melon, to hazelnuts and buttered popcorn - rounded off by PYCM's trademark flinty reduction. In the mouth the definition and rippling acidity expertly balance the expanse and weight, with luscious texture filling the mouth yet a salty drive maintains its direction. Allen Meadows' is on point with its hedonistic qualities but boy does Pierre pull it off. Jeremy Muller, FWC.