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Geradin V Meursault 750ml

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A wine from a village level but with a premier cru complexity.

Critical Acclaim

Jeb Dunnuck
Slightly more expensive than the Les Vieilles Vignes, the 2017 Meursault Les Narvaux comes from vines just above the Premier Cru lieu-dit of Les Genevrières. Brought up in 15% new French oak, it has a rocking bouquet of caramelized green apples, crushed citrus, toasted nuts, and flinty minerality. These give way to a medium-bodied Meursault that has racy acidity, beautiful balance, and building richness that comes through on the finish. It’s going to put on weight with another year in bottle and keep for over a decade. It’s a brilliant effort that I’d be thrilled to have in the cellar.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2017 Meursault Les Narvaux has also fulfilled the promise it showed from barrel, wafting from the glass with scents of citrus oil, Anjou pear, hazelnuts and stuck flint. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, deep and satiny, both more textural and more introverted than the Tillets—and note that it was among the last wines in the cellar to be bottled—with racy acids and a long, saline finish.
Wine & Spirits
This wine contrasts the richness of hazelnut butter and smoke from oak aging with high-toned, lemony acidity. That acidity is a little intense at first, calming with air as it draws out the mineral essence of the wine’s crunchy citrus flavors. There’s complexity here to develop over the next several years in bottle.
Geradin V Meursault 750ml - Amsterwine - Wine - Geradin V

Geradin V Meursault 750ml


Geradin V Meursault 750ml

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Chardonnay is a versatile white wine grape known for producing a wide range of styles, from unoaked and crisp to rich and buttery. It exhibits flavors such as green apple, citrus, and vanilla, making it a popular and widely planted grape variety worldwide. Chardonnay is often associated with Burgundy in France and has found success in regions such as California, Australia, and Chile, showcasing its adaptability to diverse terroirs and winemaking techniques.

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