Tasted after Les Grands Charrons 2007, this 2008 demonstrates why the vintage will be one to watch. Not much showing on the nose yet, but a classic Burgundy palate of ripe lemon, orange, lime, fresh unripe pineapple. Long and fresh. Different fruit layers. Will be superb in 2013. Les Grands Charrons are in the middle of the slope and the terroir is argilo-calcaire (clay-limestone). Photo shows Meursault at dawn in February 2008.