Domain: Albert Grivault Domaine de Meursault was acquired by Albert Grivault in 1879 following the death of the Marquis de la Roche. Today, Michel Bardet, Albert Grivault's grandson, runs the six-hectare domaine. The gem of the vineyard is the Clos des Perrières, a hectare of land which is run as a monopole and considered the best climat of the appellation. The domaine produces mainly Chardonnay and a little Pinot Noir. The wines are vinified using very sophisticated methods and are of a remarkable quality, placing them at the top of the wines of the appellation, even competing with certain grand crus.