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Bottle Size: 750ml
Rating: Tim Atkin 94
The vines were planted by Francois' grandfather in 1913. True old vines!
The Charmes appellation represents an area of 31 hectares in the Municipality of Meursault.
The Meursault 1er Cru les Charmes Vieille Vigne vineyard, which we have been operating since 1992, is half sharecropping (50% of the harvest for the owner, 50% of the harvest for the tenant). Its surface is 0.18 ha. This vine was planted by Francois' grandfather in 1913. The grape variety is 100% Chardonnay.
Annual production: around 500 liters in bottles and magnums. The vine is cultivated in non-certified organic culture
The basement is made up of a bedrock of platelet rocks. Aging in a wine barrel allows us to preserve the expression of the Terroir.
It is a very rich and concentrated wine, of the material of a Grand Cru, to be kept in the cellar for aging.
To learn more, view details on the winery history, vineyards and winemaker at Dom. Francois Mikulski.
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