The wines from Michel Caillot are extremely rare here in the USA, and though the Domaine has been in operation for some time, many need to become familiar with the estate. The Domaine was started by Michel Caillot's father in 1961, comprising 13 hectares of vines in lovely vineyards. In the 80s, the Domaine went organic and stopped using chemicals in the vineyards, which is still upheld. The wines are made traditionally with about 50% new oak used for the Puligny Pucelles. Michel Caillot is an underrated producer because not too many people know about him. We've enjoyed his wines in small quantities since the late 90s. The 2020 Puligny Montrachet Les Pucelles is one of their best efforts to date! It is a very focused wine showing Grand Cru weight depth and focus from one of the great white Burgundy vineyards. These ex-Domaine releases coming directly from the Caillot cellars are in perfect condition. Finding great examples from the Puligny Pucelles vineyard under $200 is challenging these days. This is a must-try wine for the white Burgundy lover and should provide excellent drinking over the next decade!