Enticing citrus and tropical fruit aromas lead to a lush, concentrated palate. Ripe notes of peach, pineapple and apple are tinged with delicate hints of vanilla, butterscotch, caramel and toast, all backed by a vibrant acidity and a beautiful mineral edge.
This wine comes from one of the top lieu-dits in Meursault. The vines are 45+ years old, grown clay-limestone soils. This wine is balanced with nice acidity, fresh fruit and a full body. The finish is long and lingering with a hint of baking spice.
Highly allocated wine. We were only able to get 12 bottles!
This light-bodied wine has a stunning nose characterized by warm baking spices, crushed raspberry, and lavender. The palate is just as delicious as it sounds with bright, fresh and perfumed fruit and fine, delicate tannins. If we were you, we’d snag a bottle for your next dinner party!
Pinot Meunier is generally best known for its backup role in Champagne – varietal red bottlings of this grape, especially outside of France, are quite unique!