This wine breaks through the ceiling of value white burgundy. It is 40 year old vines rooted deep into the clay/limestone soils of Meursault, yet, declassified to a Bourgogne bottling. Honestly, I feel a little bad about it...at first, then I drink it and only joy and delight fill my soul.
Raymond Dupont-Fahn is a 5th generation winemaker with a Bachelor's Degree in Oenology. He grew up in the vineyards of Burgundy, working closely with his father and grandfather until finally acquiring his own 5 hectare of vineyards. One of which is this gem stone planted in the ‘Chaumes Des Perrières’ which also benefits from the famed climate of “Les Perrières” in Meursault.
Lemon curd spread across toasted brioche served on a limestone plate.