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Meursault « les Tillets » -

From Côte de Beaune this wine is from the same soil as «Narvaux» both benefiting from the same qualities; however, the difference between the two «Tillets» is south facing and therefore profiting in more sunlight. This vineyard used to have lime-trees (called Tille Tillet Or) growing around the outskirts which in the medeival times were used for creating medicines. This soil gives us a wine that shows off the wonderful characteristics of a typical Meursault - the subtle yet powerful aromas staying loyal to its name.
Grape variety :  Chardonnay
Color :  White
Appellation :  Meursault « les Tillets »
Vintage : 

Soil :  Clay and limestone.

Place :  Côte de Beaune, located next to the vineyard "Les Narvaux" slightly higher and further north of the Meursault mountain.

Col.our :  White gold, shiny and with hints of bronze

Nose :  the first smell is quite closed, subtle, light and slightly earthy - very fresh, showing off the minerality of the soil, white florals, stone fruit (peaches, nectarines, apricots etc) and subtleties of brioche.

Palate :  starting off closed yet bold which evolves beautifully; balanced by the minerality. The intense aroma dominated by floral notes gives an elegant finish and a good length - showing off a typical Meursault.

Temperature :  12° C

Gourmet agreement :  best served with a strong fish like salmon, mullet or sea bass.

Aging potential :  7-8 years depending on the vintage

Vintages available :  Contact us by email or phone.

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