Wine Meursault Les Casse-Tetes, AOC 2001
The predominance of white clay in the soil gives the wine aromas of almonds and hazelnuts.
Meursault is considered the capital of white wine, since the total area of its vineyards - the largest in the Cote de Beaune. These vineyards are conveniently located on the slopes at an altitude of 750 to 850 feet above sea level and facing to the west, which provides the optimum location for the sun. In soil predominates white clay. Vvino made from a mixture of grapes harvested in different areas of the village.