Bourgogne Blanc, Méo-Camuzet Frère et Soeurs 2019


75cl ALC 14.5%

Classic bourgogne blanc. This is a recent addition to the range exhibiting all the hallmarks of fine White Burgundy.

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France, Burgundy, Bourgogne & Hautes Côtes

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100% Chardonnay

Dry and full

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Tiny yields, strict vineyard management and high levels of top quality oak mean that all Méo-Camuzet’s 1er cru wines are of a velvety ‘grand cru’ level of quality, if not in classification.

And what a stellar range of vineyards they have to work with: Richebourg, Vougeot, Echézeaux, Aux Boudots, Aux Brulées and Chaumes, to name but a few. Lesser wines from the estate, as well as négoce (merchant) wines under the Méo-Camuzet Frère et Soeurs label, share much of the same magic. They have 12 ha of vines, for all intents and purposes cultivated organically as only in the worst climatic conditions do they temporarily suspend their organic ideals. There are 25 different wines – all red, bar one Hautes-Côtes white, and all from the Côte de Nuits excepting the three Cortons. Jean-Nicolas Méo therefore has a lot to juggle, though his wife Nathalie also works in the business and his two sisters are in the background. The estate has an interesting history coming down from Étienne Camuzet (1867-1946) whose daughter left it to Jean Méo (father of the present generation) whose career was in Paris, even being a member of Charles de Gaulle’s cabinet and the European Parliament. The estate is also intrinsically linked to the late Henri Jayer, who tutored Jean-Nicolas when he returned to Vosne in 1989.

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Vintage guide

A warm season but with cooler nights, 2022 looks to have brought both excellent quality and, importantly, a decent quantity. The 2021 vintage was heavily affected by frost meaning quantities are well down though the quality is very good. 2020 was historically early and regarded as a great vintage. 2019 is a worthy successor to the excellent ‘18s, where low yields have given very concentrated wines. A seriously good vintage here in 2018 as the region escaped the frosts which have plagued recent years. They have a good crop of rich, aromatic whites across the region as a result. Despite a familiar and now all-too-frequent late frost in 2017 the growers in the Côte d’Or were better prepared and the vintage has delivered excellent results, with many domaines back to ‘normal’ yields. In the Mâconnais and Chablis growers were not quite so lucky with yields down for the second year but wines of excellent quality. What there is in 2016 is very good but sadly frost and hail had a bigger than usual impact this year, particularly in Chablis and the Mâconnais, but almost no-one escaped unscathed. 2015 produced round, full whites with good, ripe fruit. 2014 started well enough with an early spring but a cooler than average summer, and hailstorms in the south, reduced yields. The resultant wines, however, have elegance and beautiful balance. A cold season in 2013 meant yields were low but good growers have produced some very drinkable wines.

Delivery information

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Please add £9.95 post & packing per delivery address for orders under £150.

Unless advised otherwise, you will normally receive your delivery in 5 working days*, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm. Please contact us should this not be the case.

*You should allow longer for delivery to the Scottish Highlands.


£5 on orders of £150 or more to a single address in mainland UK.

For orders under £150 please add £14.95 per delivery address.

Usually delivered the next working day (on orders placed before 1pm on a working day).

Please note, whilst the majority of parcels sent on this service are received the next working day, this is not guaranteed and excludes the Scottish Highlands.


Saturday Delivery is charged at a flat rate of £25. Orders must be received by 1pm Friday.

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Our couriers can deliver to most geographically remote locations but do bear in mind that these do incur a higher delivery charge and will take longer to arrive.

Isle of Wight and Northern Ireland ‒ first case (up to 12 x 75cl) is charged at a flat rate of £25 then £10 per subsequent case.

Isles of Scilly, Isle of Man and Scottish Offshore Islands ‒ first case (up to 12 x 75cl) is charged at a flat rate of £30 then £10 per subsequent case.

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We do not export from the UK or deliver to: Channel Islands, BFPO