Wine Advocate-Parker : The 2016 Montrachet Grand Cru comes from purchased fruit that was cropped at eight hectoliters per hectare and filled two barrels, one new and the other one year old. It has a clean and fresh bouquet, quite conservative, maybe missing the bravura of the Chevalier or the class of the Bâtard. The palate is fresh and quite intense on the entry with spicy citrus fruit laced with orang zest, even a tang of marmalade. This becomes more complex as it goes on, and certainly the aftertaste feels very long, the mouth tingling 60 seconds after it has departed. This is a very fine white Burgundy rather than a superlative Montrachet at this early juncture.