Meursault, the world-renowned appellation, has produced mostly fine white wines for centuries.
Meursault Clos du Cromin takes its name from the village "Le Cromin", situated in the north-east of the appellation, close to the Volnay vineyard, in rich, clay soil.
The wine reveals a beautifully transparent and brilliant color, a subtle nose of citrus fruits, butter and honey, and a long finish.
Pairs with a noble fish, or white meat in sauce.
"Tight and dense with a full body. Creamy and beautiful with plenty of fruit and texture, but to be honest, not giving much at this stage. Grapefruit at the end. Drinkable now, but better in a year or two."
James Suckling (September 20th 2021), 93 pts
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