A Meursault wine is ideally drunk at between 5 and 10 years old. When mature, its palate and nose are explosive, releasing a whole palette of aromas: honey, exotic fruits, butter, hazelnut, grilled almonds, yellow fruit, aniseed, caramel, and more.
François’ Mikulski’s father was Lieutenant Mieczyslaw Mikulski who escaped from occupied Poland in 1939, fleeing to England and joining the Resistance troops of the Free Polish Forces. There he met his future wife, a Burgundian woman working on an English army base, and moved to Brussels where François was born and raised. Luckily for us and the world of wine, François spent his formative summers in Burgundy, where he fell in love with wine. He inherited his first plots of Meursault in 1992 from his late uncle, Pierre Boillot. Since then he has relentlessly pursued his authenticity, purity and elegance through acute attention to biological balance in the vineyard and terroir minded élevage practices in the cellar.