The 1995 Meursault is an extraordinary village appellation wine, and an absolutely fabulous offering in its own right. Coche told me that virtually every grape that went into making this gem was a millerand (a stunted fruit embryo packed with concentrated juice) which partially explains its grandeur. It was produced from a blend of the Les Luchets and Aux Moulin Landin vineyards, and displays a ripe, deep, and vanilla-infused nose. On the palate, it is unbelievably rich, broad, expansive, concentrated, and jam-packed with lively candied pears, toast, minerals, and hazelnut cream. Anticipated maturity: 2001-2007. Pierre Rovani, Wine Advocate # 115.
The Wine Advocate Score: 91/100
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