The 2014 Volnay 1er Cru Clos de Chênes from Château de Meursault was showing quite a bit of new oak on the nose that obstructs the terro...View full details
There are more top producers here than in any other commune of the Côte d’Or, and its wines are typically rich and savoury with nutty, honeyed hints and buttery, vanilla spice from the oak. Even though considerably larger than its southerly neighbours Chassagne and Puligny, Meursault contains no Grands Crus. However its three best Premiers Crus produce some of the region’s greatest whites.
This is unusually woody for what is typical for a de Montille wine with its menthol and toast elements that frame the slightly riper aro...View full details
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