The Magic of Carillon:
2019 Jacques Carillon Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Perrières

Posted by Ian McFadden

Carillon's wines are simply magical.

Carillon's wines may cruise somewhat under-the-radar, but there's no doubt that they are some of the most impeccably crafted white Burgundies.

photo of vineyard

Nearly every time I'm poking around the cellar of a serious Burgundy collector, I come across Carillon's wines right next to luminaries like Coche, Roulot, Ramonet, etc. They are magical white Burgundies. They combine regal grandeur with fanatical rigor.

I'm happy to offer Jacques Carillon's 2019 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Perrières for $184.95 per bottle.  

Carillon's 2019s are beautiful. Their mingling of power, length, and finesse is impressive. As with all Carillon, you get a unique combination of class, subtlety, and complexity that makes the wines so magical.

Of course, in the finessed mineral department, Perrières leads the charge. Perrières is the most laser-focused of Carillon's lineup. The 2019 amazingly combines concentration with definition and finely tuned balance.

It's been a while since we've been able to offer Carillon's Perrières. The wine has become difficult to find in quantity. The production is modest and they're so thrillingly precise and finely calibrated that I'm not surprised. I'm happy to be able to offer this modest parcel of 2019 Perrières. Please give us your ideal order, and we'll try our best.

To order, email or call the store at (212) 980-9463.

Ian McFadden
Director, Fine & Rare Wine
Crush Wine & Spirits

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