Chateau de Meursault Meursault 1er Cru Charmes 2013 (4403)

Chateau de Meursault Meursault 1er Cru Charmes 2013 (4403)

France - Burgundy - Cote de Beaune - Meursault

With more than 4.7 Ha of the Charmes, Château de Meursault is the biggest owner in this prestigious Meursault Premier Cru appellation.


Challenge International du Vin : Golden Medal


Concours des Féminalises : Golden Medal

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Professional Reviews

Vinous: Stephen Tanzer

(bottled a week prior to my visit): Bright lemon-yellow. Aromas of yellow fruits, biscuit, porcini and vanillin oak. Less minerally than the 2014 version but more opulent than the 2013 Grands Charrons, offering an impression of sweetness and notes of lemon and soil. Finishes with good length.



(from Charmes Dessous, or the lower part of the vineyard). An airy and cool but ripe nose presents notes of hazelnut, essence of pear and white peach along with background nuances of citrus peel. There is more volume though less minerality to the delicious and generously proportioned middle weight flavors that possess a seductive texture, all wrapped in a balanced, vibrant and solidly persistent finish. This lovely effort will likely require most of a decade to arrive at its full apogee. (89-92)/2021+

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