Vines with an average age of 37 years. Indigenous fermentation in one- to five-year-old oak barrels. Aged on lees for 11 months with some bâtonnage.
Lime blossom, lemon candy, mineral and toasted spice aromas and flavours mark this lithe, vivid white. Remains pretty compact on the finish, with good energy, light tannins and a chalky feel. Best from 2018 through 2024. Rating: 94 Points; Bruce Sanderson; Wine Spectator
By some distance, the best of the 1er Cru Meursault we tried here, primarily because of the acidity levels being a touch higher to balance the increased intensity of primary fruit. The nose is more complex, with some white flowers, apricot and honey. The pronounced acidity works really well here though and should ensure a bright future for mid-term cellaring. Rating: 94 Points; Tim Atkin; MW
Delicate note of struck match. The same on the palate but also a little creamy. Direct and piercing fresh fruit, good length and very pure. Julia Harding MW; Jancis Robinson
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