91-94 Wine Spectator
"Deep aromas of lemon drop, pineapple and wet stone. Impressively fat and quite dry, even a bit reduced, and less accessible and vibrant today than the Genevrieres. The pineapple fruit is joined by gingery spices and minerals. A very serious, youthfully backward wine with a slightly bitter, dusty finish. This will need time."
-International Wine Cellar 90-93
"The Bouchard 2006 Meursault Perrieres leads with scents of brown spices, toasted nuts and grains, and citrus zest. Ginger snaps, malt, honey, lime, apricot, and walnut inform the rich, creamy palate. Yet, buoyancy, elegance, and clarity are not sacrificed, and the chalky, stony inflections that complicate the long finish fascinatingly and eloquently speak to the mysteriously mineral aura that haunts all of the better wines from this superb cru. I can see no reason to defer the pleasure of this youthfully expressive Perrieres, but it ought to stand up to at least 6-8 years in the cellar.
The Wine Advocate
"This has changed very little since my initial review as it still sports a stunningly pure and elegant nose of gorgeously scented white rose and green apple with the same subtle stone notes that continue onto the brilliantly delineated and almost pungently mineral middle weight flavors that are a study in class, subtlety and grace. There is an intensity and refinement here that allow everything to remain in perfect proportion on the chiseled and crystalline finish. A 'wow' wine. The only change is that given how little that this appears to have progressed, I have added a year to my expected maturity recommendation."