Jean-Marie Bouzereau is based in Meursault, where his family have cultivated vines for over ten generations. He operates nine acres on the villages of Volnay and Pommard in red, and white of course in Meursault.
The traditional method is applied to working the vines and wine maturation, so the harvest is by hand, fermentation is in oak barrels for one year with around 20% new oak. The secrets of modern knowledge are employed : ploughing the vineyards, hand harvesting and sorting, and unfiltered red wines.
A refreshing 100% Aligoté wine aged for 6 months in stainless steel tanks, ready to drink in 2-3 years.
fine and lively nose typical of Aligoté. Aromas of hazelnuts and fresh butter. Round and fresh on the palate, citrus notes. Oysters, seafood, fish, sausages and KIR (with crème de cassis).
Chardonnay aged for 1 year in oak casks (20% new oak), drink now or keep 2 or 3 years.
Fine and fruity nose with aromas of dried fruits. The mouth is fat and round with a lot of flexibility. Enjoyed with fish, white meats, cream sauces.
Aged for one year in barrels with 20% new oak.
Golden yellow color. Vanilla flavors, with touches of butter and brioche. Round on the mouth, with notes of toasted hazelnuts and accacia honey.
The Domaine Jean-Marie Bouzereau is situated in Meursault, the capital of the great white wines of Burgundy, in the Côte de Beaune district. It is composed of 18 hectares of vines spread over the following villages: - Meursault - Volnay - Auxey-Duresses - Pommard - Monthelie - Beaune - Puligny-Montrachet - Corton.
Without a doubt, Folatiere is the best known terroir in Puligny-Montrachet due to its larger surface area. A number of well-known domaines offer some Folatières. The soils are deeper and richer in clay and the exposure is in line with Chevalier-Montrachet. The wines are richer and fatter than elsewhere in the village (except for the grand crus themselves). The name of the terroir maybe derived from folles terres, loose or "crazy" earth which is prone to erosion.
Lovely aromas of grilled nuts interspersed with minerals make up the aromatic profile of the Puligny-Montrachet Les Folatieres. Sappy mineral, toast, and bacon flavors are found in its silky, light to medium-bodied personality.
The Domaine Jean-Marie Bouzereau is situated in Meursault, the capital of the great white wines of Burgundy, in the Côte de Beaune district. It is composed of 18 hectares of vines spread over the following villages:
Harvested by hand in September. Fermentation in oak barrels, approximately 1 year with 20 % in new oak.
This distinguished grower creates rich and voluptuious Meursaults, exotic with the bouquet of toasted hazelnut, almond and butterscotch yet elegant and supple with a hint of toasted oak.
The Bouzereau family is based in Meursault where they have been growing grapes for more than 10 generations. Jean-Marie Bouzereau settled about twenty years ago taking over part of the family estate.
With his two great Vigneron fathers, one on Meursault and the other on Volnay Jean-Marie Bouzereau is rich in a family heritage of vine and wine.
This Pinot Noir wine is aged 18 months in oak barrels (20% new oak) and will evolve for drinking 3-5 years after bottling.
Aromas of red fruits with a vanilla oak. The mouth is round and still a little closed, but with the silky side specific to Volnay. It suits Red meats while young, and cheeses when mature.