The old vines of this tiny grand cru vineyard produce a wine of rich white fruit density underscored by an airy, acidic elegance which highlights the pronounced notes of minerals, grilled nuts and spice on the layered palate; the finish is one of lasting intensity and finesse.
Wine Advocate 94 points - Toasted hazelnut, white truffle, fresh lemon, and high-toned almond extract rise from the glass of Jadot’s 2007 Chevalier-Montrachet Les Demoiselles. Citrus zest, chalk dust, and fresh citrus serve for vibratory intensity on a silken palate, and this practically barrels into finish whose breadth high-volume is a bit at odds with many of the best 2007 vintage Chevaliers and their soaring elegance. This is more formidable than fun to drink today, but is already clearly a great wine in the making, which I would plan to follow for at least the better part of a decade. (Dec 2009)
Wine Spectator 94 points - An angular, unformed young white, showing saturated flavors of lime, peach, apricot and stone, with a firmly structured profile. Needs time for all these elements, plus the oak, to harmonize. The finish shows fine potential. Best from 2013 through 2026. 20 cases imported. –BS (Feb 28 2010)