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Albert Bichot Meursault

Albert Bichot
2018
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Wine Type
White Wine
RegionBurgundy
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Country
France
SubregionMeursault
Drinking Window
GrapesChardonnay
Wine Description:
Originating from the famed village of Meursault in Burgundy, France, Albert Bichot's Meursault is a pristine expression of Chardonnay from this world-renowned appellation. Renowned for producing some of the most opulent and textured white wines, Meursault's terroir gifts the wine with unique qualities that have made it a favorite among enthusiasts. Albert Bichot, a house with a long-standing reputation in Burgundy, ensures that their Meursault captures the quintessence of this land in each glass.
Pros:
  • Iconic appellation
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Cons:
  • Needs some aging to fully develop its potential
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User Rating:

4.2
Highly Reviewed

Expert Rating:

4.5

Wine Expert Note:

In the glass, Albert Bichot's Meursault presents a beautiful golden hue, shimmering with promise. The nose is immediately enveloping with rich aromas of ripe pear, apple, hazelnut, and a distinctive hint of buttery brioche, indicative of the appellation. On the palate, it is a harmonious dance of fruit and minerality; the lush notes of citrus and stone fruits meld seamlessly with subtle oak nuances and a bracing mineral undertone. The mouthfeel is round and textured, yet the wine retains a graceful acidity that ensures a balanced and prolonged finish. With its layers of complexity, this Meursault is perfect to pair with a range of dishes, from creamy lobster bisque to roasted poultry. A true testament to Albert Bichot's dedication to showcasing the unique attributes of Burgundian terroir.
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