1. Bouchard Pere & Fils Les Perrieres, Meursault Premier Cru

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    • Sweetness:
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      Full Body

    Tasting Note :

    Crunchy green apple, smoky notes on the finish with medium body and good core-fruit power. Subtle but attractive stony character lingering beneath, which should emerge with maturity.

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    • Appellation:
      Burgudy Meursault
    • Classification:
      Premier Cru
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    Details :

    On the "terroir" of Meursault, some of the vineyards classed as a village apellation are situated on marly ground, identical to the Corton- Charlemagne Grand Cru (only the topography and altitude are different). These vineyards of a quality equivalent to that of a Premier Cru deserve to be vinified separately. This is the case for vines from the
    terroir of Les Clous whose name apparently not too flattering comes in fact from a deformation of the word "Clos". The Bouchard Père et Fils estate owns 8.64 hectares here, i.e. almost half of the total area.

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