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Domaine Jean Monnier et Fils Meursault
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Meursault JM Boillot 2019
Case price from: £56.54
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Beaune fèves 1er cru
Case price from: £56.11
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Louis Jadot Meursault
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Domaine Matrot Meursault
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Fortnum’s Meursault Vieilles Vignes, Vincent ...
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Per item: £64.99 £59.99 £59.99 (with voucher)
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Meursault Les Corbins Domaine Bitouzet-Prieur
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Per item: £65.00 £58.50
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Meursault Vieilles Vignes in Wooden Gift Box
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About Meursault Wines

Arguably, the most recognisable of all white Burgundy regions, Meursault lies at the heart of the Cote de Beaune, and 95% of its production is focussed on high quality white wines. It is a small area of 5km north to south, on stoney, and limestone soils, where the Chardonnay thrives. Meursault produces some of the richest style of Chardonnay, with opulent, fat, creamy, buttery character, and aromas and flavours of baked apples, and toasted hazelnuts. The wines have many subtle variations within the small appellation, but generally have lower acidity and steeliness than neighbouring Puligny and Chassagne, and portray classic, generous white Burgundy characteristics.

Somewhat surprisingly the commune contains no Grand cru wines, but the overall quality is consistent and higher than many villages.

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