Domaine Bouzereau is a family estate passed down from ten generations. It is now run by Michel Bouzereau, assisted by his son Jean-Baptiste. Michel Bouzereau comes from a large winemaking family and has held the post of President of the Burgundy Growers Union. For ten years now, the vines have been cultivated without chemical fertilizers. Harvesting is manual and the wines are aged in oak casks and bottled after 12 to 18 months. They are pure, elegant and can be laid down.
Bouzereau Meursault Grand Charrons 2010
Pale in color, with some energy to the nose, yet quite backward at this stage. The fruit is much more evident in the mouth, with good weight, not too much acidity, and decent length. This wine, with its notes of hazelnut butter, is dry yet mellow, and its fine, rounded flavor stays in the mouth for a long time. A sound and attractive Meursault. One of the more sought-after wines from this region. This wine has been becoming increasingly popular over the past year.
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Meursault aromatic power and exceptional balance between fat and acidity make it an aristocrat among burgundies. In most cases, Meursault is greeny-gold in color or canary yellow, leaning towards bronze as it ages. Limpid and brilliant, it sometimes exhibits silvery highlights. Its bouquet has strong aromas of ripe grapes. The young wine is redolent of toasted almonds and hazelnuts in a floral and mineral setting. Butter, honey, and citrus fruits are also present. On the palate it is rich and fat with a cheerful and appealing taste of hazelnut.
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