An enchanting Meursault well-balanced between floral, mineral, and citrus aromas More info
Exposed to the north-east, the climate in Chevalières allows for the grapes to mature later on, so they develop intense, floral aromas in the glass. The vines, planted more than thirty years ago, draw their energy from the deep soil. Developed following traditional vinification methods, this wine is limpid and yellow in colour. The nose has mineral aromas that then make way for delicate notes of lily and lemon. The palate, similar to the nose, has a lovely tension that leads to a finish of nectarine and blackberry, underscored by a saline quality. It will be at its best in 5-7 years.
The Boisson-Vadot Domaine is currently undergoing a transition between the father, Bernard and his two children, Pierre and Anne, who also produce wines under their own name. The domaine's white wines are absolutely remarkable. The élevage is lengthy but very few new barriques are used. The Meursaults, intense and perfect for aging, are never marked by the wood, even when young. The reasonable prices make it one of the best locations of the Côte de Beaune.
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