Domaine Roulot, Auxey-Duresses Blanc, 2015

$129.99
Available for Same Day Delivery (or Pickup) in Manhattan.

60 year-old vines produce a very Meursault-like Auxey. 90% of the grapes here comes from Les Hautes, a higher-altitude cru that is directly adjacent to the great Meursault lieu-dit of Vireuils.

2015 is a ripe, full-bodied vintage that is stating to open up very nicely.

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The name Roulot is now a synonym for the very best wine that the village of Meursault can offer. It is rather remarkable when you consider that just 2 generations back the Roulot's were known as producers of Burgundian brandy and eau de vie. But Guy Roulot began leveraging the family's distilling success to purchase small plots of vines in Meursault and by the 1970's was known as a pioneer for producing top quality chardonnay from distinct parcels or ""lieu-dits"".

When Guy passed away unexpectedly in the early '80's his son Jean-Marc was pursuing acting in Paris. In 1989 he returned to take on the reigns of the small Domaine and in the following decades built on his fathers success so well that the wines are now extremely hard to acquire and to afford for most of us.

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