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  • The token white! This has amazing freshness, especially so for the Cru. It feels almost more like a Genevrieres than a Charmes, Loving the style and elegance of this wine. Drink from 2017

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    The Ballot-Millot style gives the taut, reductive, mineral core and the gentle use of new oak adds a touch of spice, but there is an opulence to this Genevrières which adds a hedonistic dimension that is impossible to ignore. Lots of substance and great balance. Drink from 2019. Tasting this earlier this month, the first time since January, it was evident just how much this has come on since its infancy. The tell-tale reductive tautness of Charles’ winemaking combines beautifully with the natural opulence of the fruit. Excellent control and balance throughout. Lots of potential here.

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    The Ballot-Millot style gives the taut, reductive, mineral core and the gentle use of new oak adds a touch of spice, but there is an opulence to this Genevrières which adds a hedonistic dimension that is impossible to ignore. Lots of substance and great balance. Drink from 2019. Tasting this earlier this month, the first time since January, it was evident just how much this has come on since its infancy. The tell-tale reductive tautness of Charles’ winemaking combines beautifully with the natural opulence of the fruit. Excellent control and balance throughout. Lots of potential here.

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    This embraces the character of Meursault without being over-rich. It has weight and matter and plenty of spice, stone and butter. Drink from 2019.

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    Very nice minerality for a Meursault, but then it is Perrières! Deceptively backward, with good stoniness and dry extract on the finish. Plenty to come. Drink from 2016.

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    Yields here were down at 23 hectolitres per hectare (only 65 cases of 12 were made) and the natural concentration is easy to see. There is plenty of power and strong extract but also very good freshness and bite. Drink from 2017.

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    This makes a lovely contrast with the Puligny version. There is all the taut stonyness one looks for from the vineyard but then also the intense, compact, richness of serious Meursault, too. Impressive. Drink from 2017.

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    This may also be a Perrières but it is very much Meursault over Puligny in style, with excellent weight and mouthfeel. Harmonious, in proportion and really concentrated. Drink from 2019.

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    Philippe’s other Perrières but from Meursault this time. This is rich and quite compact with some floral notes mingling with almost lush but balanced fruit. Good density and matter here. Drink from 2020.

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    Philippe’s other Perrières but from Meursault this time. This is rich and quite compact with some floral notes mingling with almost lush but balanced fruit. Good density and matter here. Drink from 2020.

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    This vineyard was not frosted at all. It is quite rich and broad but also quite backward and less `en place` than the Puligny 1ers Crus. Needs time; promising.

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    This vineyard was not frosted at all. It is quite rich and broad but also quite backward and less `en place` than the Puligny 1ers Crus. Needs time; promising.

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    Not much difference between these last two this year, qualitatively speaking at least. The purity of this on the nose and through the palate is enough to win you over. Drink from 2017.

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    This is from a 0.6 hectare parcel, and it would be easy to think of this as the signature wine of the domaine. Meursault at its most mineral and racy, with a wine making style that leans towards the reductive. Such intensity and length, it is wines like these that will restore our confidence in laying down white Burgundy. Drink from 2020. This only needs to end up half as good as the astonishing 2014 to be a cracker and all the signs are that it is not too far behind already. Lithe, salty, structured and energetic. Very complete and quite lovely

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    This is an impressive wine another one that came from the Château de Puligny purchase. The extract is excellent and it is really Perrières in style with stone, flowers and white spice all having a shout. 20% new oak is just right. Lively and good bite. Drink from 2019.

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    This is an impressive wine another one that came from the Château de Puligny purchase. The extract is excellent and it is really Perrières in style with stone, flowers and white spice all having a shout. 20% new oak is just right. Lively and good bite. Drink from 2019.

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    This is a first class Charmes, showing more tension and bite than many examples. It has all the richness you would want from a Charmes but the finsih holds up long and true.

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    For a Charmes this is quite cool and floral, with good layers and structure that give it purpose and definition. Plenty to come. Drink from 2019. Arguably the most “Meursault-like” of all the Meursaults, being that little bit richer and voluminous yet Charles still keeps things in check and balanced. There is a nice, fresh core to support the textural fruit flavours and lots of length.

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    For a Charmes this is quite cool and floral, with good layers and structure that give it purpose and definition. Plenty to come. Drink from 2019. Arguably the most “Meursault-like” of all the Meursaults, being that little bit richer and voluminous yet Charles still keeps things in check and balanced. There is a nice, fresh core to support the textural fruit flavours and lots of length.

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    Barre lies on the northern side of the village and this is classic Heitz in style. It has a certain richeness that mingles with a citrussy, lively note and shows excellent length.

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    Clos du Cromin lies to the north of village, up the gentle slope from La Barre. It is one of the wines the domaine is known for, perhaps in part as it has a very healthy hectare and a half of vines here. this is mid-weight with an appealing lemony, lively attack and bright, open plan white and floral fruits. Accessible and very attractive.

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    This is a small lieu-dit that lies just below the 1er Cru Charmes on the Puligny side of Meursault. Full of fruit but not remotely heavy, this shows very cultured touches and excellent depth of flavour. Drink from 2018

  • This is a small lieu-dit that lies just below the 1er Cru Charmes on the Puligny side of Meursault. Full of fruit but not remotely heavy, this shows very cultured touches and excellent depth of flavour. Drink from 2018.

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    This is an excellent plot, lying just below Charmes on the Puligny side of Meursault. It was new in 2015 and this is a lovely follow on. It is tighter and more compact than the Barre with a well framed structure and sense of prupose. Very promising.

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    This is an excellent plot, lying just below Charmes on the Puligny side of Meursault. It was new in 2015 and this is a lovely follow on. It is tighter and more compact than the Barre with a well framed structure and sense of prupose. Very promising.

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    Criots sits just under the Volnay 1er Cru Santenots and has a little more clay which adds a really appealing touch of richness to the underlying minerality. Drink from 2016.

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    This generally comes from 2 parcels but one was badly hit by frost so this year most of the fruit comes from the plot close to Puligny which means the wine is lighter and more Puligny-like than usual. Good richnes of fruit on the back palate.

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    This is such a gorgeous wine. Complex and inviting on the nose, the palate dances with bright fruit and stony minerality. Racy and crystalline yet intense and deceptively concentrated. Great length and extract. Lovely. Drink from 2017

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    ‘Les Tillets’ is a nice mix of clay and stone, sitting along from ‘Narvaux’ near the to the slope. This is still a little backward but has plenty of richness and weight and should evolve very nicely. Drink from 2019.

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    ‘Les Tillets’ is a nice mix of clay and stone, sitting along from ‘Narvaux’ near the to the slope. This is still a little backward but has plenty of richness and weight and should evolve very nicely. Drink from 2019.

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    This cuvée saw no new oak at all in 2016 and it works a treat. Rapier like on the nose, it has an core of electricity running through its middle that lifts and drives the impressively intense fruit flavours.

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    This cuvée saw no new oak at all in 2016 and it works a treat. Rapier like on the nose, it has an core of electricity running through its middle that lifts and drives the impressively intense fruit flavours.

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    Narvaux is one of Meursault’s best non-1ers Crus plots, sitting above Genevrières on well exposed rocky slopes. The minerality sucked up from the terroir combined with the cool but ripe fruit flavours have produced a wine of real bite and intensity. There is something for everyone here and the finish is quite mouthwatering. Drink from 2019. The perfect vineyard for this vintage, some altitude and lots of rock just beneath the surface. Consequently, the wine is bristling with verve and intensity and the balance is just a delight. The energy sweeps the flavours home and leaves the mouth tingling with flavour and tension.

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    The vines here are verging on 100 years old and lie on almost pure chalk so it is perhaps not surprising that this has an almost Chablis-like austerity which flirts magificently with the palate. Intense, dry and very long. Serious Montagny

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    A new addition to the range this year and an appellation very much suited to Guillaume and Tomoko`s winemaking style, which highlights the fruits and freshness of it rather than the austerity. Lots of cultured, juicy red fruits here. Really attractive. Drink from now.

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    Faconnieres sits just below Grand Cru Clos de la Roche, which seems great place to sit. It`s one of the very plots of Morey outside of the Grands Crus. There are a lot old vines here but they are blended with a much younger parcel, which perks them up no end. Fine tannins and great balance. Really good Morey. Drink from 2018

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    Faconnieres sits just below Grand Cru Clos de la Roche, which seems great place to sit. It`s one of the very plots of Morey outside of the Grands Crus. There are a lot old vines here but they are blended with a much younger parcel, which perks them up no end. Fine tannins and great balance. Really good Morey. Drink from 2018

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