So in BC to score a wine bottled in Meursault (bottled in Meursault, not Meursault!) at around $30 is something of a coup.
We loved this bottle with its brazen minerality and stony finish. Sharp, crisp, elegant. Stone fruits, dry, not an ounce of residual sugar. But it wouldn’t impress. The Burgundy crowd would immediately discern its lesser-ness, the Chardonnay crowd would crow it lacked the oak-y finesse so finessed in California, and the average wine drinker would just not appreciate the subtle-ness. However, for my $30, it was a score.
Price: $28 at BC Liquor, on sale, such as it is.
Market Liquidity: Like a light lunch on a patio in Beaune in spring; dry, relaxing, layers of distinction.