Wine Advocate #201. Jun 2012. Reviewer : David Schildknecht. From 30-year-old vines on Kimmeridgian soils in Pouilly-Fume satellite St-Laurent, and raised in small part in older barriques but tasted as a final assemblage, the Bourgeois 2011 Pouilly-Fume Les Demoiselles evokes lime, honeydew melon, mint, basil, and honeysuckle: aromatically delightful, and then present on a generously juicy palate and in a refreshing, sustained finish, marking a dramatic contrast with the tightly constricted concentration exhibited by the corresponding 2010. Given the sense of energy projected here, I can well imagine the wine remaining impressive for the next several years.