The fruit comes primarily from Puligny Montrachet and Meursault, and this is aged in 50% older wood. Les Setilles is a name Olivier Leflaive uses for this cuvee. Tim Atkins gives it 90 points, writing "Several parcels of which two thirds is barrel fermented. The parcels are from around Chassagne and Puligny and a little Rully. He works with 56 to 70 vineyards and fined each before fermenting. Such a lot of work but necessary in this vintage. pH a little higher 3.25 Expressive aroma, certainly some richness on the aroma. Juicy, ripe fruit on the attack and quite a succulent mid-palate. It has zesty citrus acidity, plenty of energy and is lively on the finish. Attractive.
RegionFrance - Burgundy
Bottle Size 750ml