Michel Bouzereau & Fils Meursault les Grands Charrons 2005

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Wafts of melon, pineapple and butterscotch float gently from the rim, interspersed with notes of nuts, bacon and spring flowers. The palate plays host to a well-integrated medley of melon, pear, and pineapple in the center, overlain with honey and nuts, along with intermittent hints of tropical blossoms and muted citrus. The mouth-feel is smooth and creamy, and the finish is medium, leading to a clean, clear fade.

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07/10/2011

Wafts of melon, pineapple and butterscotch float gently from the rim, interspersed with notes of nuts, bacon and spring flowers. The palate plays host to a well-integrated medley of melon, pear, and pineapple in the center, overlain with honey and nuts, along with intermittent hints of tropical blossoms and muted citrus. The mouth-feel is smooth and creamy, and the finish is medium, leading to a clean, clear fade.




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