Which is the most satisfying of all the white Burgundy communes? Everybody will make their own choice, but a strong case can be made for Meursault for its range, breadth and depth.
With so many good producers, some very smart premiers crus and a thrilling array of individual lieu-dit vineyards at the village level, there are numerous special pockets of this beautiful wine-making commune.
Jasper Morris MW makes no secret that Meursault is his favourite of the white Burgundy villages, and he will guide us through a brilliant collection of fine wines, including all the major premiers crus, and featuring leading producers such as Domaines Coche-Dury, Roulot, Comte Lafon and Arnaud Ente – along with one rare red Meursault 1er Cru.
Do join us on 25th September if you want to get to grips with Meursault once and for all…
We will taste:
2005 Comte Lafon, Genevrières
2010 Coche Dury, Les Rougeots
2011 Domaine Roulot, Clos des Boucheres
2010 Arnaud Ente, Goutte d’Or
2012 Ballot-Millot, Perrières
2012 Antoine Jobard, Poruzots
2015 Francois Mikulski, Charmes
2014 Albert Grivault, Clos des Perrières
2010 Thierry Matrot, Blagny 1er Cru
2009 Patrick Javillier, Tete de Murgers
2010 J-Ph Fichet, Tesson
2011 Francois Mikulski, Caillerets