Six suppliers enable this plush Meursault, built in the traditional mould of ripe stone fruits, buttery viscosity and ample scents of toasted hazelnuts and generous oak. Inimitably of place, this is a wine for those pining for flavour and textural amplitude, in an era of linear expressions. A top tier wine built for cellaring or earlyish approachability, as long as the drinker does not mind a rail of phenolics and salubrious, cinnamon-scented oak. Expressive. Exotic. Absolutely delicious.
Meursault Blancs have heady aromas of bitter or dried almonds, leaves, hot bread crusts, and russet apples. On the palate they are quite substantial, with a soft mouthfeel that is almost unctuous. The finish is very long.