Located at the heart of Burgundy’s Côte de Beaune, Meursault is one of the Côte-d’Or’s most famous villages.
Soil“Les Charmes” is a Premier Cru whose terroir is composed of calcareous clay-based soil with white marl on slopes that face east/southeast.
Grape variety100 % Chardonnay.
VinificationTraditional vinification in temperature-controlled tanks at 20°C. Aged on the lees and stirred in oak barrels (35 to 40% new oak) for 14 to 16 months to lend complexity to the wine.
RobeSuperb golden yellow in colour.
NoseRedolent of vegetal notes (forest undergrowth and walnuts) with nuances of white flowers (linden blossom).
PalateGorgeous, silky substance with flavours that echo the nose and end off on a delectable finish.
Serve withThis wine is a fine match for all types of seafood, a nice cut of veal such as cardamom-scented veal grenadin with zucchini blossoms, or poultry dishes such as breast of guinea hen with sundried tomatoes and parmesan. As for cheeses, it stands up well to strong blue cheeses such as Bleu de Gex or Fourme d’Ambert.
Serve atServe between 12 and 14°C to best appreciate this wine’s freshness and roundness.
Cellaring potentialEnjoy while young and fruity or lay down for up to 3 years.