Chateau de Meursault Meursault "Clos des Grands Charrons" Monopole 2013

Chardonnay | Burgundy,  France
This Monopole, or proprietary wine, is produced from well-drained gravelly soils of hard limestone, which contribute to its intensity and minerality. Full, well balanced and round. There is a nice length in mouth brought by the minerality of the terroir.

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Chateau de Meursault Meursault "Clos des Grands Charrons" Monopole 2013

Details

  • Style

    Full Bodied, Intense, Round

  • Varietal

    Chardonnay

  • Flavor

    Floral

  • Aroma

    Expressive, with floral notes followed by more mature aromas

  • Pairings

    Pasta, Pork, Poultry

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This Monopole, or proprietary wine, is produced from well-drained gravelly soils of hard limestone, which contribute to its intensity and minerality. Full, well balanced and round. There is a nice length in mouth brought by the minerality of the terroir.

Wine Facts

BOTTLE SIZE

750 ml

ALCOHOL %

13.5%

AGING

Aged in new oak barrels (about 35%) as well as in barrels of one or two years. After 12 – 15 months, the barrels are blended together just before the bottling.

FERMENTATION

After a manual harvest, a long and progressive pressing allows winemakers to select only the richest of the juices. The static racking, which lasts for 12 hours, helps to clarify the must which is directly put into the oak barrels for further alcoholic fermentation.

2013 Vintage

92 WS
Rated On: April 2016

Ch?teau de Meursault, whose history goes back one thousand years, produces  the Meursault “Clos des Grands Charrons” from adjoining parcels located West of the hamlet of Meursault. “Clos”, meaning “closed”, refers to the walls bordering the vineyards, and “Charrons” relates to the ancient passageways  for carts  that  were used  within the vineyard. This Monopole,  or proprietary wine, is produced from well-drained gravelly soils of  hard limestone, which  contribute to its intensity and minerality.

- Wine Spectator

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