Meursault is a commune located in the embankment of Côte-d’Or near the Saint-Romain valley. It stretches across 3 miles across in the north-south orientation in a variety elevation. The soil comprises mainly Jurassic marls and marly limestones, and the hard Comblanchian limestone soils unique to this region provide ideal conditions and distinct minerality for Chardonnay grapes.
From the premiere cru to the commune-level vineyards, Meursault wines amass a consistently fine reputation in quality for their aromatic power and rich palate.
Grape varietal: 100% Chardonnay
About the Producer
Château de Charodon is eponymous of the young negociant business founded by Louis Vallet, based in Montagny-les-Beaune, just outside Beaune, Burgundy.
Louis’ resume as a winemaker is remarkable. Besides being in the third generation of Pierre Bourée Fils domaine, where he worked for years, Louis amassed invaluable experience from stints in the Biobio region of Chile, as well as distinguished producers like Pascal Marchand and Bernard Zito.
Louis demonstrates a clear philosophy in staying true to the signature of the vintage, while honing the best potential of the wines. Like his mentors, he prioritises ease of drinking and pleasure, while infusing plushness in the texture.
Château de Charodon offers an expansive spectrum of wines in its portfolio, all of which consistently promise pleasurable, freshness, ready-to-drink experiences.
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