John Gilman "View from the Cellar"
The 2014 Rully from Jean-Michel is a fine example. The bouquet is quite classic in its blend of apple, wet stone minerality, dried flowers, lime zest and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is crisp, full-bodied, long and nicely focused, with a good core, bright acids and fine length and grip on the bouncy finish. 2016-2025.
Bill Nanson "The Burgundy Report"
From a 3.5 hectare, single parcel. The elevage was in barrels but with a proportion of larger barrels too. Also in bottle
Deep, cooking lemons. Finely mineral, faintly sweet edged, lovely width of mid-palate and finishing flavour. Excellent.
Wine Advocate - Neal Martin
The 2014 Rully Montmorin, which sees 10% new oak for eight to nine months, has a slightly candied bouquet with touches of lime and orange zest unfurling with time. The palate is fresh on the entry, nice and saline in the mouth, gently opening towards the satisfying lime and green apple finish. This is a lovely little Rully that will give pleasure over several years, though I would not slap your wrist should you open it over the next few months.