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2011 Maison L'Orée Meursault Vielles Vignes

Meursault is a large village located in the Côte de Beaune with a reputation for producing some of the finest Chardonnay in Burgundy. While there are no Grand Crus vineyards within the region, Meursault has become well-respected for consistent and high-quality Premier Cru and village wines. Covering just over three miles, and neighboring Puligny-Montrachet, Meursault is known for its limestone rich soils and sough-after rich and full-bodied white wines. Due to the various hillside orientations spanning the village, the wines of Meursault are known to display striking variety as the geological differences are notably apparent in the wines.

This village wine is an elegant representation of Meursault with ripe and rich fruit and undercurrents of minerality. Notes of almond and lime leaf on the nose, while the entry is bold and juicy and fills the mid-palate. Long and lingering finish. An authentic and true representation of the region.

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