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The Villages

Meursault

The grapes are harvested by hand and then directly pressed in a pneumatic press. Alcoholic fermentation takes place entirely in French oak barrels, of which 40% are new. The lees are stirred (bâtonnage) occasionally during ageing, which lasts 11 months.

The grapes come from a parcel with shallow soil, known as « Les Forges », located to the west of the village of Meursault.

Golden highlights. Fruity on the nose, which often expresses notes of rhubarb. Big on the palate, with a great deal of fat on the finish and notes of grilled almonds.

Shellfish, white meat, foie gras.

Vintage 2012 :

  • Silver medal concours général agricole de Paris 2014
  • Guide Gault & Millau 2015 : 16/20

Vintage 2013 :

  • Bronze medal concours des Grands Vins de France à Macon 2015

Vintage 2014 :

  • Gold medal Decanter 2016 - 95 points
  • Bronze medal IWC 2016

Vintage 2015 :

  • Silver medal Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2017
  • Silver medal Concours des Grands Vins de France de Mâcon 2017
  • Bronze medal IWC 2017
  • Gold medal Decanter 2017
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