- Nick's Import
2015 Domaine Remi Jobard Meursault 1er Cru Le Poruzot-Dessus
(as with the Chevalières and the Genevrières, I tasted this wine from a pièce because Jobard's foudres were still finishing their sugars): Apple, clove and a hint of oak on the nose and palate. Boasts lovely inner-mouth lift and grip; the yield here was actually slightly higher than that of the 2014 (40 hectoliters per hectare, vs. 30 or 35) but this has a more concentrated mouthfeel. A juicy, balanced outperformer.
Stephen Tanzer - Vinous
The Poruzot is one of the easier wines in the cellar to read at this early stage, with an expressive bouquet of lemon oil, white flowers and crisp stone fruit. This is followed by a glossy, textural palate with nice amplitude underpinned by fine, tensile acids. Drinking Window 2018 - 2040
William Kelley - Decanter