Coming from 7 parcels of beautifully situated vines owned by the estate all within Meursault just below the village. This wine is whole bunch pressed then raised in a 3000 litre foudre before being moved back to stainless steel for 6 months in tank and bottled with no fining or filtration in January after a total of 16 months on lees. This is clearly not an average Bourgogne blanc with weight texture and character way above its humble appellation label. A Bourgogne blanc that delivers freshness and attractive Chardonnay fruit yet is also very complex and fine. - David Burkitt, importer.
Enjoyed recently on a sunny Saturday afternoon. The nose is youthful, fresh and lively, leading to a racey palate where the wine is at first citrus-driven, before opening up and offering a bit more expanse through the back. Here the wine shows some meal and adds a few layers of flavour where hints of slightly richer fruit, honeysuckle and almond are on display. There is rippling acidity and flavours are pleasantly long and chiselled. Very high-quality Bourgogne. – Ches Cook, FWC.