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Domaine Henri Germain Meursault Limozin 2019

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Domaine Henri Germain Meursault Limozin 2019
Producer Domaine Henri Germain
Region, Country Meursault, France
Bottle Size 750ml
Product Code 20414-750

Limozin is a beautifully positioned site, tucked up under the Premier Crus and bordering Les Charmes, Les Genevrières and Les Poruzots. It’s a clay rich site that typically produces a particularly intense, mineral and long-lived Meursault. Planted in 1937, Germain’s ancient vines bring extra concentration and power to the terroir. 

Domaine Henri Germain Meursault Limozin 2019

Reviews

“The 2019 Meursault Le Limozin is superb, mingling aromas of pear, yellow orchard fruit, almond paste and pastry cream with hints of white flowers and mint. Medium to full-bodied, textural and precise, it combines impressive mid-palate volume with terrific cut. This will be well worth seeking out.” 91-93 points
92 points, William Kelley, The Wine Advocate
Outstanding. Top Value. “A slightly riper blend is comprised by notes of pear and apple compote along with pretty floral and more prominent spice wisps that include a hint of exotic tea. There is good precision to the refined and almost painfully intense middle weight flavors that are more voluminous if a bit less mineral-driven on the bracing bitter lemon infused finale. The underlying tension already makes this a pleasure to drink but more depth should develop over the mid-term. In sum, this is a first-rate, indeed even classy, Meursault villages.” 90-92 points
91 points, Allen Meadows, Burghound

Reviews

“The 2019 Meursault Le Limozin is superb, mingling aromas of pear, yellow orchard fruit, almond paste and pastry cream with hints of white flowers and mint. Medium to full-bodied, textural and precise, it combines impressive mid-palate volume with terrific cut. This will be well worth seeking out.” 91-93 points
92 points, William Kelley, The Wine Advocate
Outstanding. Top Value. “A slightly riper blend is comprised by notes of pear and apple compote along with pretty floral and more prominent spice wisps that include a hint of exotic tea. There is good precision to the refined and almost painfully intense middle weight flavors that are more voluminous if a bit less mineral-driven on the bracing bitter lemon infused finale. The underlying tension already makes this a pleasure to drink but more depth should develop over the mid-term. In sum, this is a first-rate, indeed even classy, Meursault villages.” 90-92 points
91 points, Allen Meadows, Burghound

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