91pts Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2017 Chablis Terroir de Chablis is superb, unfurling in the glass with notes of oystershell, lemon oil and dried white flowers, framed by light reduction. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny and complete, with bright but ripe acids and a long, mouthwatering finish. It's derived from two parcels, both north-facing, near Montmains.
91pts Wilfred Wong
Often when I am choosing a Chablis for dinner service, I lean towards a simple AOC or even a light and zesty Petit Chablis, the 2017 Patrick Piuze Terroir de Chablis, while not at the Premier Cru level, is an excellent choice in this grouping. This wine delivers richness and a crisp finish. Its aromas and flavors of tart apple and refreshing minerality should pair it superbly with a plate of raw oysters. (Tasted: March 4, 2019, San Francisco, CA)
90pts James Suckling
Two north-facing parcels, one facing Montmains and one facing Vaillons. The wine has some weight and some richer texture from clay in the soils. It shows melon, almonds and dried peaches. Drink now.
This could be from nowhere else but Chablis with its cool combination of quinine, iodine, sea shore and citrusy aromas. In the same vein there is excellent punch and detail to the utterly delicious, complex and sneaky long finish that is crisp and dry. This won't wow you with its refinement but even so, it's a very good Chablis villages.
Always the most immediately accessible of Patrick’s village Chablis, this bottling captures notes of delicate citrus, stone fruit, and white flowers, wrapped in an unctuous texture filled with bright, energetic saline notes and racy acidity.