The world-renowned vineyard of Meursault is located on the Côte de Beaune, on limestone-marl soils. This terroir has been recognized has a prime terroir for centuries; ever since the monks of the Citeaux Abbey started planting vines here back in 1098.
Manual harvesting, with sorting of the grapes before the winemaking. Fermentation and maturation in oak barrels for 12 months, including 30% of new barrels.
Beautiful gold yellow robe, with green reflections. Aromas of flowers (hawthorn, lime tree), almond, hazelnut and minerality. Rich and lively in the mouth, it has a good balance between unctuousness and freshness. Well-structured, this is a wine made to mature for several years.
Goes well with veal or delicate poultry dishes, grilled seafood and fishes. Can also be paired with foie-gras and cheeses.
SERVICE TEMPERATURE AND AGEING
Wine to be served at 13°C / 55°F. This wine will reach its full potential after 10 to 15 years