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Meursault Premier Cru Wine
The nose is a typical Meursault with notes of pear, citrus and peach. At first, the minerality dominates with a silex-like style, giving way to a beautiful round structure with well integrated oak flavours of vanilla and butter. Even though this wine m...
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Simply amazing, possibly the best white I've ever had (not to mention the most expensive white I've ever had). The sweet peach, melon and an added citric sharpness together with a solid crispness and refreshing after taste just makes me savour every drop.
- Avg. Price $95.99
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- Snoothrank: Avg. Price $46.89
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Meursault Premier Cru on Snooth
Great vineyard, average producer, though many swear by Girardin and they are known to be better at making whites as opposed to reds.Vintage is not typical for white burgundy, hot year, so many lack average acidity. If you like a richer, fatter style, while still complex, you may enjoy it quite a bit. I have been loving 2011 white burgundies, als... Read More
2012 was a rough vintage for Burgundy due to bad weather, hail, crop damage but early reports show the fruit came out , while down in yields, pretty darn good. More intensity to the fruit than say 2009 but not as over the top as 2005. This probably isn't a finessed Meursault. It will have richness to the fruit but won't be flabby. Read More
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JonD- Yes, the 08 Picard Meursault Premier Cru was one of the wines that starts with a small explosion and grows all the way down the throat real earthy a taste not so easily achieved in a white. But arguably these "M" wines could be the very best of the best whites. The 2012 Chassagne-Montrachet "Les Vergers" 1er Cru that they served to me at t... Read More
An interesting read regarding the oft-underestimated Virginia vino and some good stuff from Cali- against the French. Of course:http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2009/08/18/ST2009081802401.htmlGlass ActsIn Our Wine Tasting, Virginia Shows It Can Compete With France and Napa ValleyBy Dave McIntyreSpecial to The Washington Post W... Read More
Simply amazing, possibly the best white I've ever had (not to mention the most expensive white I've ever had). The sweet peach, melon and an added citric sharpness together with a solid crispness and refreshing after taste just makes me savour every drop. Read More
Smooth, buttery chardonnay that's well worth the wait. Read More