On the "terroir" of Meursault, some of the vineyards classed as a village appellation are situated on marly ground, identical to the Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru (only the topography and altitude are different). These vineyards of a quality equivalent to that of a Premier Cru deserve to be vinified separately. This is the case for vines from the terroir of Les Clous whose name apparently not too flattering comes in fact from a deformation of the word "Clos". The Bouchard Père et Fils estate owns 8.64 hectares here, i.e. almost half of the total area. Intense bouquet of fruit and flowers. This wine is both subtle and very lively. Good ageing potential.
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