Meursault, Côte De Beaune

Bernard Boisson-Vadot

"Les Chevalières" Meursault Chardonnay 2016

The great Bernard Boison Vadot bottlings in particular, which now all have some age, remind me of a hypothetical combination between Coche and Raveneau. Obviously in the best way. Coche flinty reduction with the waxy yellow fruit of Raveneau along with the textural magnificence, density and depth of both Domaines. 2016 is particularly impressive in that it’s a vintage I don’t care for in whites, but some of the most talented vignerons are having their wines integrate extremely well at this point in time, far less awkward and disjointed as many on release. 2016 BV Chevalières is rich, toasty and intensely flavored with extremely impressive depth, texture and simply just electric energy. Excellent. — 3 hours ago

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Domaine Antoine Jobard

En La Barre Meursault Chardonnay 2015

2015 -Vintage gunflint minerality , lemon oil, lees contact (reductive) amazing hazelnut - spice high acidity medium bodied — 9 days ago

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Great with the blue fin tuna

Robert Ampeau & Fils

Les Perrières Meursault 1er Cru Chardonnay 1993

Honeyed and golden. Oxidized notes but perfectly appropriate for its age. Dried apricot and corn. Sweet lemon. Very good for old meursault — 14 days ago

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Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

Les Charmes Meursault 1er Cru Chardonnay 2014

Hard to beat PYCM with the menu at Jônt. I love the Charmes site and 2014 is wide open, with just a touch of flinty reduction, but it’s all about its purity of yellow fruit that’s complimented by ripping citrusy acids, hazelnut and a hint of vanilla cream. Its supremely concentrated and dense palate shows great structure, power and a balanced stony minerality. This is still a baby but already evolving wonderfully. Great bottle. — 6 days ago

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Henri Germain et Fils

Clos des Mouches Meursault Pinot Noir 2013

2022 Independence Day Party 🇺🇲 with several members of our Tastevin crew and extended friends.🍷 Proof that our palates are wider than Burgundy. Notes may be light, scores will be honest.

750ml
— 4 days ago

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Domaine Coche-Dury (J.F. Coche Dury)

Les Rougeots Meursault Chardonnay 1996

Deep gold color. Sweet, fruit forward nose. Notes of apricot, pineapple, kiwi, white flowers, some baked apples and some tan spice. Rich and round in the mouth. Subtle but very present acidity. Past it’s peak perhaps, but it’s a really nice aged white burg. Great mouth feel and finish. Cuts through the cheese and spreads it’s served with. Drink up soon so as not to miss what this has left in the tank. — 18 days ago

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Domaine Michelot

Meursault Chardonnay

Solid Chardonnay that benefited from a year extra on the bottle. — 12 days ago

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Domaine des Comtes Lafon

Meursault Chardonnay 2017

2022 Independence Day Party 🇺🇲 with several members of our Tastevin crew and extended friends.🍷 Proof that our palates are wider than Burgundy. Notes may be light, scores will be honest.

750ml
— 4 days ago

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Maison Albert Bichot

Meursault Chardonnay 2018

Nose has stuck match, candied pineapple, vanilla candy (pina colada?), warmed lemon peel, lemon meringue with faint moist chalk notes.

Palate has warmed lemon curd, chunky vanilla notes, almond cake, lithe with a medium finish.

Decanted 3H. $60 Costco.

Not inspiring at this date, incredibly youthful with likely two decades in front. Yet, a solid pair with grilled Steelhead Trout this evening.
— 12 days ago

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Pinotman /// Andreas

Pinotman /// Andreas

Just interesting what Cosco has these days.

Jean-Philippe Fichet

Les Genevrières Meursault 1er Cru Chardonnay 2008

2022/7/1 with the last of the prosciutto San Daniele for a while, pan-roasted kuro-shitabirame, turnip salad, etc. This was such a grand, typical Meursault - loads of nuts, butter, stone and lemon, just approaching its peak. Then you add the Genevrières spice - nutmeg, clove and yes, juniper - and it’s really wonderful. It disappeared rather quickly. Sadly Fichet last produced this in 2010, and this bottle (with 14 years of age) didn’t cost much more than a current-release villages lieu-dit goes for... — 3 days ago