Within the village of Meursault is the fine premier cru vineyard of Les Poruzots. East facing, with a special strata of limestone called Comblanchien, there’s a good layer of water-retaining clay that helps add body and richness to the tight mineral expression of this exceptional Meursault. The nose opens with honeysuckle, chamomile and toasted nuts, spiced with exotic clove. The flavours are mouthcoating and intense, with lemon curd, nut butter and a profound mineral presence. Opulent, fruit-forward, succulent, and astonishingly complexity, this is a magnificent Premier Cru Meursault for the cellar, a gourmet dinner, or proper, mature Epoisses cheese.