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White Wine / France / Burgundy / Meursault AOC / 13 % vol
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 30 Burgundy

MEURSAULT CUVEE ST JEAN 2020 - VINCENT LATOUR

0,75 L White Wine / France / Burgundy / Meursault AOC / 13 % vol

A wine that reflects its vineyard: Generous, powerful, unusual and endearing! Discover it now...
A great tasting awaits you with this Saint Jean by the Vincent Latour domaine! A nectar that offers a rich nose, a lot of material but also a beautiful tension directed towards citrus fruits where one perceives a hint of minerality. This wine also has the fleshiness necessary for a superb white wine that fits beautifully with the salty notes that can be perceived, especially in the finish...
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MEURSAULT CUVEE ST JEAN 2020 - VINCENT LATOUR
  Vintage
2020
  Grape Variety
100% Chardonnay
  Character
Light and sinewy dry white wine
  Style
Fruity
  Service Temperature
12-14°C
  Service
Open 30min before service
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink until
2030
  Food and wine matching
Fish, Shellfish, White meat, Poultry


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DOMAINE VINCENT LATOUR

Since 1792, the Latour family has been producing Meursault wines, which are known today all over the world! In 1998, Jean Latour gave way to Vincent and his mother who created the Domaine Jean Latour Labille et Fils. Vincent's wife, Cécile, joined them in 2004 after obtaining a BPREA from CFPPA in Beaune. In 2005, the estate grew with the takeover of a vineyard in Pommard; in 2006, 2 vines in Saint Aubin; in 2007 on Volnay. In 2008, Vincent and Cécile created a trading company "Maison Vincent Latour" in order to be able to buy back in priority the part of the vines made in sharecropping. This also allows them to complete the range of the estate and to vinify other terroirs thanks to a partnership with winegrowers who have the same production philosophy. They can thus obtain a quality equivalent to the Vincent Latour domain. In 2011, following the departure of Vincent's mother, the estate changed entity and took the name of its winemaker "Domaine Vincent Latour" ideal for tasting estate wines such as Meursault Perrières, Meursault Charmes and many others.

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