Domaine Paul Pernot et Ses Fils

Bourgogne Chardonnay

8.9177 ratings
8.935 pro ratings
Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Severn Goodwin

Independence Day 2019 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸΎπŸŽ†
Evening BBQ with some close friends.

Independence Day 2019 πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸΎπŸŽ†
Evening BBQ with some close friends.

Jul 4th, 2019
John Willison

Lemon, lemon zest, minerals and oily with a nutmeg finish.

Lemon, lemon zest, minerals and oily with a nutmeg finish.

Dec 26th, 2018
Timothy Eustis

Wine Director Stagecoach Tavern

9.0

Always a fav producer

Always a fav producer

Oct 28th, 2018
Andrew Lohse

Baked apple, pear. Salinity and wet rock. Fuller on the palate with balanced spine of acid and some more restrained pineapple, citrus notes

Baked apple, pear. Salinity and wet rock. Fuller on the palate with balanced spine of acid and some more restrained pineapple, citrus notes

Jan 8th, 2018
Bill Bender

Ample weight but bright and light on its feet. Sulphuric with yellow apple and wet stone. An excellent start to the night.

Ample weight but bright and light on its feet. Sulphuric with yellow apple and wet stone. An excellent start to the night.

Dec 22nd, 2017
Gregory Fulchiero

Excellent Bourgogne - from mostly Puligny fruit. Subtle herb, chalk, tart apple, and peach pith. Waiting for this to open up

Excellent Bourgogne - from mostly Puligny fruit. Subtle herb, chalk, tart apple, and peach pith. Waiting for this to open up

Dec 22nd, 2017
Todd Abrams

Reportedly declassified Puligny-Montrachet from the Meursault border. Lemongrass and pineapple on the nose precede a mouthful of powdered lime peel and wet stones on the lengthy palate. Expressing the warm 2015 vintage with some weight and viscosity. A damn fine Bourgogne that pairs perfectly with broiled trout and fingerlings.

Reportedly declassified Puligny-Montrachet from the Meursault border. Lemongrass and pineapple on the nose precede a mouthful of powdered lime peel and wet stones on the lengthy palate. Expressing the warm 2015 vintage with some weight and viscosity. A damn fine Bourgogne that pairs perfectly with broiled trout and fingerlings.

Dec 18th, 2017
Matt Lasater

Always love Pernot's wines and always find the Bourgogne blanc to be high quality. Not the cheapest option but a great bottle every year. A little more flesh and breadth across the palate, some damp earthy notes like mushroom, and generous orchard fruit/blossoms.

Always love Pernot's wines and always find the Bourgogne blanc to be high quality. Not the cheapest option but a great bottle every year. A little more flesh and breadth across the palate, some damp earthy notes like mushroom, and generous orchard fruit/blossoms.

Aug 27th, 2017
Francis Wilden

Director Francis Wilden Food & Wine Consulting

8.9

11 Paul Pernot Bourgogne Blanc: pleasing bright fresh lemon colour; fresh semi tertiary aromas of fruit, cashew, yellow stone fruits; vg attack on entry, lots of vif, minerality vg drive. Xlnt for this level.

11 Paul Pernot Bourgogne Blanc: pleasing bright fresh lemon colour; fresh semi tertiary aromas of fruit, cashew, yellow stone fruits; vg attack on entry, lots of vif, minerality vg drive. Xlnt for this level.

2 people found it helpfulMay 25th, 2014
David Metcalf

With even the cost of basic Bourgogne AOC rising so damn high, it's nice when a producer really gives you good wine for your dollar. Very good!

With even the cost of basic Bourgogne AOC rising so damn high, it's nice when a producer really gives you good wine for your dollar. Very good!

1 person found it helpfulJan 8th, 2017