"Bright citrus, pears, white flowers and crushed rocks are all woven together in a fabric of notable class and elegance ..." so starts the review from the Wine Advocate's 92-94-point review.
Burghound (BH): 91-93
"This is aromatically less refined but more complex with its expressive and rather pungent nose of hazelnut, green fruit, herbal, pear and just a hint of wood. There is excellent volume to the extract rich, powerful and solidly well-concentrated medium weight flavors that possess excellent persistence on the impeccably balanced finish..."
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate (RP): 92-94
"The 2010 Meursault Poruzots is another of the silkier, more graceful wines in this lineup. Bright citrus, pears, white flowers and crushed rocks are all woven together in a fabric of notable class and elegance. Cool, incisive notes reappear to frame the exquisite finish."
Stephen Tanzer (ST): 92-94
"Discreet orange and honey aromas are lifted by a lavender topnote. The juicy palate shows lovely perfumed lift and structure to the lemon, lime and orange peel flavors. More open today than the recently bottled 2010s... Really terrific intensity and cut here. The tactile, stony finish displays impressive rising length and strong citrus character."