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Bottle Size: 750ml
Rating: Tim Atkin 93
Ideally, a Meursault is a wine to drink aged 5 to 10 years. At maturity, its palate and nose are explosive; a whole range of aromas emerges: honey, exotic fruits, butter, hazelnuts, grilled almonds, yellow fruits, anise, caramel ...
This wine comes from different plots of Meursault (Meix Chavaux, Les Pelles Dessus, Chaumes de Narvaux, Moulin Landin, Limozin Pellans and Tillets) which are vinified separately and then assembled (except certain vintages where Meix Chavaux and Limozin are bottled separately.
The total area is 1.5 hectares. The average age of the Chardonnay vines is 35 years.
Annual production is around 9000 bottles.
The vines are cultivated in non-certified organic cultivation.
The subsoil is made up of fine scree rich in limestone gravel.
A great accompaniment to hot shellfish, fish or white meat, preferably butter or cream sauce (chicken with cream and morels, scallops, hot oysters, etc.).
To learn more, view details on the winery history, vineyards and winemaker at Dom. Francois Mikulski.
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