Bottles Bourgogne Size
For Burgundies and wines in comparable bottles, such as wines from Germany and Alsace, the filling level is indicated in centimeters. Measured from the bottom of the cork to the level of the wine. Levels less than 2 centimeters are not described.
Les Feusselottes 2020 Meo-Camuzet
€210,00 incl VAT: €254,10
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Richer and more dramatic than the Cras, the 2020 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Feusselottes (Méo-Camuzet Frère & Soeurs) bursts with aromas of red cherries, ripe berries, loamy soil, orange rind and spices. Medium to full-bodied, velvety and concentrated, it’s textural and seamless, with lively acids and a long, saline finish. Jean-Nicolas Méo began his harvest on August 23, and he has produced another fine vintage at this Vosne-Romanée reference point. Méo has always done well in warm, sunny vintages (as a lovely bottle of his 2003 Nuits Lavières recently reminded me), and 2020 is no exception. Indeed, for a vintage that was generally somewhat primary and frequently tightly wound this winter, Méo’s wines—habitually quite backward after 12 months’ élevage—were remarkably put together and expressive. Mostly landing at around 13.5% alcohol, they’re vibrant, concentrated and nicely balanced, showing considerable aging potential.