The vines in this lieu-dit were planted in 1953. This tiny, steep, west facing site in the middle of the village is classically Meursault in character, with citrus and mineral notes, beautifully pure fruit in the mid-palate and fine length.
Firm reduction again renders the nose impossible to assess correctly. There is though a lovely freshness and verve to the nicely voluminous and rich medium-bodied flavors that are supported by citrus-tinged acidity on the youthfully austere and sneaky long finale. This too is really quite pretty.
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