Meursault 2009, Domaine Matrot

This is that rare species, rarer than the red panda, the red Meursault. These rare pinot vines appear to thrive in the predominantly chardonnay-planted commune of Meursault. Ripe strawberry and cherry aromas which are thick and nasal aroma-bud coating. Very rich, medium-bodied, fruit, charming. Mineral and ripe tannin structure with a lacing of iron. Great wine and would be good to throw into a blind-tasting. Photo shows Dr Burgundy feeding a chardonnay grape to a red panda.


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