Chateau de Meursault has a history which dates back to the 11th Century & the property is considere done of the most significant in the Côte d’Or. A total of 60 hectares of vineyard are owned by the Domaine in some of the finest terroirs of the region including Pommard & Volnay, whilst in Meursault the property is blessed with being the largest holder of ‘Charmes ‘ 1er Cru & several monopoles including ‘ Clos deChateau ‘. The 16th Century limestone cellars are some of the largest in Burgundy & each year the property hosts the Paulée de Meursault which celebrates the end of harvest for the region. In 2012 the property was purchased by Olivier Halley & he has made several significant investments including appointing Stéphane Follin-Arbelet as General Manager who has previously run Bouchard Pére & Fils & William Fevrein Chablis.They have invested in sustainable vineyard practices and state of the art optical sorting machine which ensures only the finest fruit is used in each cuvee. This historic property is now producing some icons of Meursault that ensures the next chapter of this regal property in great hands.

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Chateau de Meursault 'Meursault Blanc'

2017

Floral aromas with a hint of stone fruit notes. The mouth is balanced, complex and round. The minerality of the different vineyards brings a great length to the wine.

Chateau de Meursault Volnay 'Clos de Chenes'

2017

The bouquet reveals a gentle and fleshy character combined with black berries aromas.This Volnay spreads great power finishing on tightly tannins. Great ageing potential.

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Chateau de Meursault has a history which dates back to the 11th Century & the property is considere done of the most significant in the Côte d’Or. A total of 60 hectares of vineyard are owned by the Domaine in some of the finest terroirs of the region including Pommard & Volnay, whilst in Meursault the property is blessed with being the largest holder of ‘Charmes ‘ 1er Cru & several monopoles including ‘ Clos deChateau ‘. The 16th Century limestone cellars are some of the largest in Burgundy & each year the property hosts the Paulée de Meursault which celebrates the end of harvest for the region. In 2012 the property was purchased by Olivier Halley & he has made several significant investments including appointing Stéphane Follin-Arbelet as General Manager who has previously run Bouchard Pére & Fils & William Fevrein Chablis.They have invested in sustainable vineyard practices and state of the art optical sorting machine which ensures only the finest fruit is used in each cuvee. This historic property is now producing some icons of Meursault that ensures the next chapter of this regal property in great hands.

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Chateau de Meursault has a history which dates back to the 11th Century & the property is considere done of the most significant in the Côte d’Or. A total of 60 hectares of vineyard are owned by the Domaine in some of the finest terroirs of the region including Pommard & Volnay, whilst in Meursault the property is blessed with being the largest holder of ‘Charmes ‘ 1er Cru & several monopoles including ‘ Clos deChateau ‘. The 16th Century limestone cellars are some of the largest in Burgundy & each year the property hosts the Paulée de Meursault which celebrates the end of harvest for the region. In 2012 the property was purchased by Olivier Halley & he has made several significant investments including appointing Stéphane Follin-Arbelet as General Manager who has previously run Bouchard Pére & Fils & William Fevrein Chablis.They have invested in sustainable vineyard practices and state of the art optical sorting machine which ensures only the finest fruit is used in each cuvee. This historic property is now producing some icons of Meursault that ensures the next chapter of this regal property in great hands.

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