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2015 Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel

75cl Volume

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Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2015 Other vintages
2017 and 2016
Appellation:Meursault (Burgundy, France)
Winery: Domaine Jean Michel Gaunoux
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Domaine Jean Michel Gaunoux elaborates this 2015 Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel ($77.87), a white wine from Meursault based on 2015 grapes. Drinks&Co users evaluate this white wine with 4 out of 5 points.

Description of 2015 Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel

2015 Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel

Producer: Domaine Jean Michel Gaunoux

Appellation: Meursault

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Reviews of 2015 Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel

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4 /5

Well developed with ripe, tropical fruit on the nose and an enticing note of honey leading to an intense and concentrated palate with well balanced acidity and a crisp, clean, lengthy finish.
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Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel 2015

4 /5

Well developed with ripe, tropical fruit on the nose and an enticing note of honey leading to an intense and concentrated palate with well balanced acidity and a crisp, clean, lengthy finish
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Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel 2015

Reviews of other vintages of 2015 Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel20172016

4/5

This 2017 was the recommended by a friends of us.
It had a dark yellow colour. It brought back neat memories of daffodil. An unpretentious, cool, nice, rich white.
It's okay to pair it with provolone cheese.
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Pamela Miller
Gaunoux Meursault Domaine Jean Michel 2017

4/5

We bought it online.
The Domaine Jean Michel Gaunoux Meursault has a golden yellow colour. I was explained that this wine smells like acacia flower. It's funny the little bitter taste left by the end of this white.
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Edward Harris