2010 Jean-Philippe Fichet, "Les Chevalieres" Meursault, Burgundy


Press and Tasting Notes

Pear and wet stone on the nose. Distinctly rocky and dry following generous minerality and freshness. This Meursault has clarity depth and flavor which was rare for the 2003 vintage. Enjoy this delicious white Burgundy with any seafood dish.



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