Region: France / Burgundy / Côte de Beaune Villages

The clay and chalk soil of the central Côte de Beaune is very stony, drains well and warms easily. In the vineyards, sustainable viticulture helps ensure high-quality fruit. The grapes are handpicked and sorted, then gently pressed and fermented in oak without artificial temperature control. Partial or no malolactic fermentation is permitted based on the vintage, and a portion of the wine is aged in French oak. Fining and filtration is light. The goal is always to retain the wine’s complexity and structure.

92 Points


2013 vintage
90 Points

Wine & Spirits

2009 vintage
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tasting note

Distinctive, concentrated fresh fruit and vanilla aromas carry on to the palate and culminate in a persistent, lingering finish. Puligny produces wines with greater firmness and depth than those of Meursault, and greater refinement and delicacy than those of Chassagne.

food pairing

An excellent companion to fish, shellfish, poultry and cheeses.

points of distinction

  • Puligny’s typicité is very expressive, fine and floral aromas, racy, delicate, vibrant fruit and strident minerality.
  • Puligny wines have more elegance and finesse than those of Meursault and Chassagne.
  • about the grape +
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“My aim is to craft enchanting wines that taste of the great diversity of Burgundy.”

– Frederic Barnier, Winemaker

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