Meursault ‘Les Narvaux’ 2010, Domaine Jean-Marie Bouzereau, A.C Meursault
Selected for Waddesdon’s guest wine selection due to its quality and artisanal approach to wine making. This wonderful Meursault is produced using fruit collect from the village of Les Narvaux. This vintage is aged in French oak for 12 months and possesses the potential for considerable cellaring. As little as three barrels are produced in some vintages.
16 in stock
This vintage, whilst displaying the classic opulence and texture of Meursault, boasts a prominent racy edge – not to dissimilar from a Grand Cru Chablis. There’s a core of buttery orchard fruit, laced with stony mineral notes and a racy lime like finish. This wine, although drinking now holds all the necessary ingredients to warrant another decade in the bottle. The balance of creamy fruit and racy mineral notes is just fabulous. The texture and complexity this vintage possesses is incredible – decant for twenty minutes and serve with turbot in a beurre blanc.
Jean Marie Bouzereau
Twenty minutes before serving
Turbot in a butter sauce