Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey

Les Charmes Meursault 1er Cru Chardonnay

9.3135 ratings
9.254 pro ratings
Meursault, Côte de Beaune, Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Top Notes For
Rubychick

When you decide - if you die tomorrow -it will be okay ❤️

When you decide - if you die tomorrow -it will be okay ❤️

Oct 7th, 2018
Stas Medvedev

🏅 Rating: 94+/100 (4,45🌟)

PYCM 2015 Horizontal

Fruit nose with ginger hint. Here comes the Meursault mouth-filling power and high acidity. Less depth as opposed to Ch-M we tasted in the previous flight. Generous wine, but still a baby.

Fruit comes from the prized Dessus sector (top part), in the middle of Lafon’s portion, next to Puligny Combettes and touching Perrières.

🏅 Rating: 94+/100 (4,45🌟)

PYCM 2015 Horizontal

Fruit nose with ginger hint. Here comes the Meursault mouth-filling power and high acidity. Less depth as opposed to Ch-M we tasted in the previous flight. Generous wine, but still a baby.

Fruit comes from the prized Dessus sector (top part), in the middle of Lafon’s portion, next to Puligny Combettes and touching Perrières.

1 person found it helpfulSep 17th, 2018
Alan Weinberg

intense precise refined citrus and stoniness, acidity dialed up. Wow.

intense precise refined citrus and stoniness, acidity dialed up. Wow.

1 person found it helpfulSep 8th, 2018
Ron Siegel

Lemon lime, tropical fruits, crushed rock with good weight & length that kept getting better with every sip.

Lemon lime, tropical fruits, crushed rock with good weight & length that kept getting better with every sip.

1 person found it helpfulSep 1st, 2018
Kenta Hayashi

Decanted for a hour, but still reductive with PYCMs trademark nose of matchstick and flint. Really should have given it another hour to air before pouring because it started opening up in the glass towards the end. Quite saline and bitter on the palate and seems to lack the weight and complexity of a Premier Cru. Rather high acidity and combined with its cool nose, a few guessed St Aubin.

Decanted for a hour, but still reductive with PYCMs trademark nose of matchstick and flint. Really should have given it another hour to air before pouring because it started opening up in the glass towards the end. Quite saline and bitter on the palate and seems to lack the weight and complexity of a Premier Cru. Rather high acidity and combined with its cool nose, a few guessed St Aubin.

1 person found it helpfulJul 16th, 2018
Mark Royer

Mark had this a year ago

Mark had this a year ago

1 person found it helpfulJun 17th, 2018
Rodolfo Coppel

Rodolfo had this 2 years ago

Rodolfo had this 2 years ago

1 person found it helpfulMar 11th, 2018
Alan Weinberg

gorgeous aristocratic lemon cream fruit that lasts forever on the palate. No nuttiness or stoniness that would make me think Meursault, but a lovely wine I’m happy to drink.

gorgeous aristocratic lemon cream fruit that lasts forever on the palate. No nuttiness or stoniness that would make me think Meursault, but a lovely wine I’m happy to drink.

1 person found it helpfulMar 4th, 2018
Alan Weinberg

so good last night that I had to open another bottle. Just as good.

so good last night that I had to open another bottle. Just as good.

1 person found it helpfulFeb 1st, 2018
Alan Weinberg

from a half bottle, tighter and leaner than the 750 last week, more nutty Meursault character and lemon/lime with super raciness and drive.

from a half bottle, tighter and leaner than the 750 last week, more nutty Meursault character and lemon/lime with super raciness and drive.

1 person found it helpfulJan 31st, 2018