As usual, this wine is enhanced by grapes produced from the lieux–dits vineyards of Les Casse Têtes and Limozin, which give an added richness and intensity to the wine. Matured in 15% new oak, a mix of 225lt and 600lt Demi–Muids. This is very much a Yorkshireman’s style of white Burgundy! The bouquet is oozing rich, fat fruit aromas with sweet honey too. The palate is plump and round with honey and nougat and super lime and citrus balancing acidity. As with previous vintages it shows the power and concentration that you normally associate with Chassagne and 1er cru Meursault. In a vintage like this it is great to see the characteristics of the appellation showing through so well.