100% Chardonnay. Vines planted in 1962, 1983, and 1988.
Winemaking Team Notes: "Throughout history, the village of Meursault has never wanted to claim one or more grands crus. It's a pity because the agronomic potential of its 1er crus has nothing to envy to the prestige of the grands crus of the hill of Montrachet or Corton. If Meursault were to have a grand cru, it would undoubtedly be Les Perrières. It is a powerful, intense wine, a rich and imposing terroir. Located mid-slope like all the best wines in Burgundy, it benefits from the best agronomic conditions."
Critic Tasting Notes: "Elaborate aromatics and on the front of the palate. Then straight, well defined with a strong minerality. Very nice power on the finish" - Sarah Marsch (2018)