From 3 villages parcels, 2 to the north and the other from the south-east. Fruity with hints of herbs. Ripe and not too sweet in the mouth – plenty of well-managed tannin and a decent burst of interest as you head into the finish. Almost good.
Pale golden colour. The nose has a well presented base of oak surmounted by a higher toned fruit top layer. Good fat and acidity – not the minerality of the Chablis – This is almost good and shows plenty of Meursault character, but at more than twice the price of Colombier’s Chablis I don’t see the value.