The 2014 Meursault Chevalieres, from a 2.45-hectare of block of between 45- and 50-year-old vines, has a clean and precise bouquet with touches of wet limestone and granite infusing the citrus fruit. The palate is tensile with a keen line of acidity, commendable weight in the mouth with sour lemon and hazelnut towards the sustained finish. This is a Meursault worthy of your consideration.
I have been following this Meursault-based producer for the last three or four vintages. It is a useful address to know. Not catnip for label seekers or grand cru hunters, yet I appreciate the thoughtful winemaking at this address and 2014 has produced a couple of gems. Neal Martin – The Wine Advocate