Wine of the Day: Domaine Matrot Meursault

The Chardonnay wines of Burgundy, France are to be lingered over as they sensuously unveil their luscious beauty in the glass, showcasing Burgundy’s premium terroir for growing world-class Chardonnay. Made in a lean, focused style, Domaine Matrot Meursault ($65) shines with a mineral-driven backbone, layering crushed stone and oyster shells, mixing with sweet cream, honey, lemon zest, almonds, and peaches.  From 40-year-old Chardonnay vines, the wine ends with a hint of smokiness, with an overall palate filled with balanced acidity and freshness, perfect for seafood pairings.

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