Deuxieme Cru or village level, call it what you will as long as you call it totally delicious.
[image image_id=”2358″] Meursault ‘Tessons Clos de Mon Plaisir’ 2004, Domaine Roulot
Oh what a beautiful nose! Honey and nuts, serious mineral complexity and super-classy style. This tickles my fancy in a completely pleasurable and slightly lewd manner. Oh yeah, this is what we like, alright. The palate is totally elegant and refined, with lovely fruit, quite buttock-clenchingly wonderful minerality and brilliant, vibrant acidity. The harmony is superb and the finish is very long. It has complexity in spades. I couldn’t really ask for much more from a bottle of supposedly village-level white Burgundy. I bloody love it. You would too if you tried it. Up for drinking but a long, happy future lies ahead.