Site: a few kilometers south of Beaune, in the prestigious area known as Côte des Blancs (slope of the whites).
History & tradition: at the center of the Meursault appellation. The vineyards were given their names at a very early time, according to the general aspect of the land or the type of vegetation which grew there. This is why we find names such as "genévriers" (juniper trees), "tilleuls" (linden trees), or "Perrières" (stony soil).
Soil: poor soil, with outcrops of dry, chalky layers.
Tasting note by Véronique Boss-Drouhin
"A complex and generous wine, with a rare elegance. The colour is extraordinarily luminous. On the nose, a palette of interesting and varied aromas: syrup, grilled almond, preserved fruit. In the mouth, a silky and ample texture which does not exclude freshness or lightness. Long on the palate, with flavours recalling grilled bread and fruit jam. Always a consummate example of a white Burgundy, this wine is perfection!".
The whites show great character on a fresh and neat structure. They are both precise and full of nuances. Their style is relatively homoneneous through Great Burgundy.