Meursault, En l’Ormeau, Boyer-Martenot, 2017

£42.50

The old vines of 'En l'Ormeau' were planted by Vincent’s great grandmother Lucie in 1924 and have rooted deep into the clay soil that once housed elm trees used for building and construction. The richness in the soil helps create a very balanced and fresh wine. Delightful from the first smell, very expressive with hints of toast and cooked peaches. Licorice with a hint of spice and citrus, finishing off with a touch of wood.

France
Burgundy
Vintage
White
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Vintage
2017
Complex & Buttery
Bottle Size
75
cl
13.0
% ABV
Closure Type
Cork
Chardonnay

In stock

Decorum says

Domaine Yves Boyer-Martenot

Like Fontaine-Gagnard and Jean Chartron, we have a lot of ‘previous’ with Boyer-Martenot. First off, it was Yves (a Boyer) with whom we used to taste in the cellar; then he handed us over to his wife Marie Cécile (a Martenot). Now, son Vincent is very much in charge, and is determined to keep pushing forward, aiming for the wines to be among there with the likes of Lafon, Ente, Roulot etc.
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