Saturday, June 20, 2015

Meursault "Clos du Cromin" 2013, Patrick Javillier

This "Clos du Cromin" immediately had the Bourgoblog tasting team swooning in the cellar. The nose starts on white honey and marzipan. Yes! Then there is the trademark Javillier peach and apricot which retain their freshness on the palate. This is a rich and delicious Meursault with medium++ body and medium+ acidity. It is full and voluptuous as well as having tingling acidity and a lively finish. Stunning wine which reflects the deeper ferrous clay soil on the Volnay side of Meursault. Scores 26-27/30 for a Meursault. Here are tasting notes for the 2007 and 2009.

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