I’m a big fan of Chavy-Chouet’s White Burgundies. Expressive fruit, crystal-clear view of the terroir (“minerality”), fine rich textures. This Meursault is one for the cellar. Vineyard is in the heart of the village. A jolt of acidity on entry with smells and flavors of lemon zest, green banana, peach & apricot, lemon bitters, key lime. Gets darker in flavor on the youthful finish. Dark honey/caramel, roast hazelnuts, toasty pastry. A bargain for $65…we benefit from Premier Cru-quality White Burg is “just” village level.