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Meursault "Les Charrons" -

From the Côte de Beaune this wine is located at the bottom of the mountain (north of Meursault village and next to the 1er Cru area) where the soil consists of limestone, chalk and clay. This plot of land was used years ago to grow trees for the purpose of making carts (‘charrette’ in french) hence the vineyard is named ‘Les Charrons’. The wine is structured around scents of bees-wax with a very fruity and powerful palate.
Grape variety :  Chardonnay
Color :  White
Appellation :  Meursault "Les Charrons"
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Soil :  Chalky-limestone with clay deep in the soil.

Place :  At base of the mountain, situated next to the 1er Cru’s of Meursault, Côte de Beaune

Col.our :  Hints of golden amber

Nose :  An open and powerful aroma consisting of citrus fruits, hints of beeswax and ‘brioche’. This wines’ beautiful aroma is mineral with a hint of light wood.

Palate :  A concentrated and long finish yet smooth. The wine is tangy, sweet and fruity that is complimented with a fresh finish giving an excellent balance.

Temperature :  11°-12° C, pas plus frais

Gourmet agreement :  Veal with mushroom sauce; turkey cooked in chestnut sauce; turbot with creamed potatoes; grilled saffron infused crayfish.

Aging potential :  keep up to 7-8 years depending on vintage.

Vintages available :  Contact us by email or phone.

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