Boyer-Martenot Meursault “Ormeau” 2018


Planted in 1924 by Vincent Boyer’s great grandmother Lucie, the “Ormeau” vineyard is named for the elm trees that once shared the clay-rich ground. This is classic, mouthfilling Meursault – showing peaches and citrus, with licorice and a faint nuttiness in the nose. All of Boyer’s wines are rich, elegant, and complex, but “Ormeau” is among the most classically Meursault in the lineup.

Burghound: A cool and airy nose features notes of pear liqueur, hazelnut and acacia blossom. The ample, rich and caressing medium weight flavors possess a seductive mouthfeel before culminating in a clean and dry finish that is shaped by lemon rind-tinged acidity. This too should drink well young.

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