CHATEAU DE MEURSAULT 1ER CRU LES CHARMES MEURSAULT 2016

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CMPN201610 UCAU
$179.99 Per item
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750ml (Bottle)
$179.99 Per item
Château de Meursault was established in the 11th Century & is one of the most historic estates in Burgundy. The Domaine owns 65 hectares of vineyard throughout some of the regions finest villages including Pommard , Volnay & Beaune which includes an enviable holding Grand Cru & Premier Cru plots. The Chateau is the largest holder of Premier Cru ‘Charmes’ vines in the home village of Meursault & also owns several monopole plots on the famed limestone soils of Meursault. Château de Meursault Estate is set on 10 hectares & houses the magnificent castle which was built in 1666 & the underground cellars which was dug out by Cistercian monks in the 12th Century. The cellars are some of the largest in the region & can house up to 800,000 bottles & 2,000 barrels of wine & each year the property hosts the La Paulée de Meursault as part of the end of vintage celebration for the region. In 2012 the property was purchased by Oliver Halley (part of the Halley / Carrefour Dynasty ) & significant investments have been made including hiring Stéphane Follin-Arbelet as General Manager who has previously run Domaine Bouchard Pére & Fils. The vineyard practices embrace sustainable farming to ensure healthy fruit & in the winery the investment of an optical sorting machine sees only the best grapes(more...)
Château de Meursault was established in the 11th Century & is one of the most historic estates in Burgundy. The Domaine owns 65 hectares of vineyard throughout some of the regions finest villages including Pommard , Volnay & Beaune which includes an enviable holding Grand Cru & Premier Cru plots. The Chateau is the largest holder of Premier Cru ‘Charmes’ vines in the home village of Meursault & also owns several monopole plots on the famed limestone soils of Meursault. Château de Meursault Estate is set on 10 hectares & houses the magnificent castle which was built in 1666 & the underground cellars which was dug out by Cistercian monks in the 12th Century. The cellars are some of the largest in the region & can house up to 800,000 bottles & 2,000 barrels of wine & each year the property hosts the La Paulée de Meursault as part of the end of vintage celebration for the region. In 2012 the property was purchased by Oliver Halley (part of the Halley / Carrefour Dynasty ) & significant investments have been made including hiring Stéphane Follin-Arbelet as General Manager who has previously run Domaine Bouchard Pére & Fils. The vineyard practices embrace sustainable farming to ensure healthy fruit & in the winery the investment of an optical sorting machine sees only the best grapes(more...)