Founded in Beaune in 1859 by Louis Henry Jadot, this house is now one of the most prestigious ones of all Burgundy. With nearly 150 wines, it covers almost every appellation. Besides its merchant activity, this house also has its own domain of 225 hectares.
About the cuvée
This Meursault comes from 50-year-old vines grown in meagre soil, fully exposed to the east. To make it, the maison harvested by hand before carrying out gentle pressing, fermentation in barrels (2/3 new wood) and an élevage on lees for 15 months in oak. Unsurprisingly, the nose of this wine is marked by notes of white flowers and brioche as well as a roundness that is lifted by a pleasant acidity. Some pairings to consider are dishes with creamy sauces and cheeses such as Chaource or Brillat-Savarin.
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