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  • Jancis Robinson
  • Julia Harding MW
  • Richard Hemming MW
Written by
  • Jancis Robinson,
  • Julia Harding MW
  • & Richard Hemming MW
5 Jan 2018

See the full guide to our coverage of Burgundy's 2016 vintage. 



  • Dom Michelot 2016 Meursault

    Stewed apple, clove and cinnamon, and a chalky texture giving flesh to the persistence. A few flashes of flint and slate give this a typical 'mineral' style. (RH)

    Drink 2018-2026
    £275 per case of 12 ib Jeroboams
  • Dom Michelot, Charmes Premier Cru 2016 Meursault

    Bright, snappy apple fruit on the nose, with plenty of concentration on the palate, but restrained weight and a savoury, refreshing finish. Enjoyable salinity on the aftertaste. (RH)

    Drink 2019-2029
    £510 per case of 12 ib Jeroboams