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Meursault "En l'Ormeau" -

Located south of the Meursault village. Our parcel of land is from the vineyard behind Domaine Boyer-Martenot and next door to «Magny». Our old vines were planted by Vincent’s great grandmother Lucie in 1924 and have rooted deep into the clay soil that once housed elm trees used for building and construction. The richness in the soil helps create a very balanced and fresh wine.
Grape variety :  Chardonnay
Color :  White
Appellation :  Meursault "En l'Ormeau"
Vintage : 

Soil :  Rich Clay

Place :  Côte de Beaune - south of Meursault village in the heart of the owner’s vineyard next to «Magny»

Col.our :  Golden yellow with green reflections

Nose :  Delightful from the first smell, very expressive with hints of toast and cooked peaches. Licorice with a hint of spice and citrus, finishing off with a touch of wood.

Palate :  Very big and consistent wine allowing us to discover flavours of sweet citrus, peppers and walnuts. This wine is a beautiful combination of freshness and delicacy, including a light acidity towards the end. With so many flavours it is impressive how the wine stays so balanced. The finish has generous warmth and a rich harmony.

Temperature :  10°-12°C

Gourmet agreement :  Goes exceptionally well with fish in a lemon butter sauce, salmon Carpaccio, or even a ‘tarte tatin’ or a lemon meringue pie for the sweet tooth.

Aging potential :  9 - 10 years depending on the vintage

Vintages available :  Contact us by email or phone.

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