Meursault, Domaine Henri Germain

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  • White Wine
  • 13.5%
  • 75cl

Buttery Chardonnay with beautifully defined, pure citrus and apricot flavour. Lovely with pike. Read more

Contains: Sulphites

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pure citrus  and apricot flavour

pure citrus and apricot flavour

If you've landed a pike big enough for dinner, stroll home and drink it with this rich, buttery Chardonnay with its crystalline-pure citrus and apricot flavours. Henri Germain acquired winemaking skills at the Germain family estate, Château de Chorey-les-Beaune, before setting up on his own in 1973. His domaine is based in Meursault, where talented son Jean- François now holds sway. The chilly Germain cellar produces concentrated, minerally Meursaults that develop
pure citrus  and apricot flavour


Buttery Chardonnay with beautifully defined, pure citrus and apricot flavour. Lovely with pike.
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Reviewed by Frazer J.
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Magnificent Meursault

This is everything I had hoped it would be. The nose bristles with tension, hinting at concentrated lemon and white stone fruits. The palate is initially broad but then the mineralogy kicks in and your cheeks get sucked inwards by wonderful acidity, complimented beautifully by the weighty fruit. Very much in its infancy the question is will I be able to resist drinking it all in its infancy?

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