Domaine Buisson Battault et Fils 2021 Meursault ‘Vieilles Vignes’


Winemaker note: “Elegant and round wine. Slightly butter, brioche and long on the finish”


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The Vielles Vignes fruit comes from the Les Malpoiriers and Les Pellans lieu-dits. The Meursault planted vines range in age of 80-85 years of age and the wine is aged 1 year in barrel, 25% of which is new oak. Fantastic wine with a long traditionally Meursault finish, with richness and vibrancy you would expect from such old vines.

Grape variety:  Chardonnay

Surface area:  0 ha 50 ares

Lieu-dit:  Les Malpoiriers, Les Pellans (Meursault)

Soil:  Clay-limestone

Age of the vines:  1935 and 1930

Harvests:  The grapes are harvested by hand and sorted if required.

Ageing:  The wine is aged on its lees for 12 months in oak barrels (20% new oak).

Service temperature:  12-14 °C

Tasting notes:  An elegant and fulbodied wine with delicate buttery, brioche notes and saline on the end palate.

Food & wine pairing:  Shellfish, fish, white meats, foie gras and cheeses.

Consumption:  1 to 10 years.