This Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru is flavoursome and rich with subtle, mature notes. More info
Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatières is produced from a clay and chalk enriched vineyard parcel. The wine goes through a malolactic fermentation process and is élevaged for about 15 months. The wine has aromas of white flower (acacia), white and citrus fruits, and smoky and vanilla notes. The palate is rich and creamy, fruity, structured and full of flavour. It is worth allowing this wine a few years in the cellar so it can realise its full potential. It pairs very well with freshwater fish and seafood.
David Moret founded a small trading company in Beaune in 1999. He vinifies and ages great white wines in his Beaune cellar. His privileged relationship with certain large domains means he can be selective on the quality of the grapes and thus produce wines of a high aromatic purity and with a beautiful freshness, expressing all the richness of their terroir. The quantities are very low, and the élevage is perfectly mastered. The wines have an impressive substance without ever being heavy as they are made with fine energy. His Meursaults are now sought after by the many specialist fans.
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