The Meursault Genevrieres 2011 from Henri Boillot is a very charming and expressive effort. The nose is bursting with fruit – notes of apple, pear and acacia with a finely tuned impression of oak and a lovely stony minerality. On the palate beautiful minerality and midpalate fruit – quite rich and filigree – with a good backbone of crisp acidity and minerality from the fine Genevrieres terroir. Adorable and quite refined … bravo!
Tasting Notes for this producer
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- Henri Boillot, Meursault Genevrieres 2011 August 16, 2013
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