Wine Francois Mikulski, Meursault AOC, 2015
The wine is straw-yellow color.
On the palate the wine is felt powerful gamma citrus notes, mineral foundation and rich tones of grapes, dried fruits and spices.
The aroma of the wine reveals notes of grapefruit, pear and spice. As rich and layered bouquet of surprises combination of hazelnut nuances, exotic fruits, anise and almonds.
The wine is recommended to serve with seafood, for example - cooked shellfish, fish, white meat or poultry in cream sauce.
Wine Francois Mikulski, Meursault is created from one variety - Chardonnay, but grown in different vineyards of Meursault appellation. They differ mainly climatic parameters. The soil is rich in limestone areas Meursault and gravel layers that were formed during the Ice Age. Yields from different vineyards are fermented and aged separately, and only after the wine is blended. Vintage 2011 has a clean fruity taste and elegant aroma, showing particularly worthy of terroir. The ideal period for its use - the period from 2016 to 2021, but now Meursault 2011 will give you a clean taste and delicate bouquet.
Domain Francois Mikulski - relatively young winery Burgundy. Its history began in 1992 when Francois Mikulski and his wife Marie-Pierre decided to do wine, leaving it not only all their time and energy, but also attached to this all their financial capabilities. Francois has Polish roots - his father in 1939, he emigrated from Poland to England. Later he settled in Dijon (France), where, in fact, born Francois. After his studies and military service, the young Francois went to California to comprehend the wisdom of art of winemaking. Back in Burgundy, he decided to start his own business and set up their own winery.
Domain François Mikulski vineyards are located on 8.6 hectares, most of which is in appellasone Meursault. In its activities, the company professes the idea of "purism", provides for a minimum intervention in the vegetation of grapes. To fertilize the vines are used exclusively organic substances and remedies are used minimally, only in necessary amounts to achieve the goal. Mikulski wine is sometimes called "modernist", they do not look like traditional Burgundian. However, wine critics appreciate Domain products, seeing in his philosophy of a new round of development of winemaking in Burgundy.