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Albert Bichot : Meursault 1er cru "Charmes" Dom. du Pavillon 2020
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Albert Bichot : Meursault 1er cru "Charmes" Dom. du Pavillon 2020

HK$737.17 / Unit
Format : a box of 6 Bottles (75cl)
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A complex and aromatic Meursault Premier Cru

The estate

Although the history of the Bichot family dates back to 1214, the family only settled in Burgungy in 1350. The trading house was created in Monthélie in 1831, under the impetus of Bernard Bichot, and grew rapidly during the 19th century, thus becoming the official supplier to the Royal Swedish Court. An independent, family-owned business, Albert Bichot is one of the fine names that has left its mark on the wine industry and the influence of Burgundy wines around the world. Since 1996, the family’s 6th generation has been running the company, harmoniously blending modernity with family tradition.

Today, the Albert Bichot family owns more than 100 hectares of vines that spread from the north to the south of Burgundy and are grouped under 6 prestigious estates: Domaine Long-Depaquit, located in Chablis, in the Yonne, Domaine du Clos-Frantin and Château Gris, both located in Nuits-Saint-Georges, Domaine du Pavillon, in Pommard. Dedicated to the production of Mercurey wines, Domaine Adélie was acquired by Albert Bichot in 2013. The estate is named after the first name of Albert Bichot's daughter, who was born in 2003, thus perpetuating the family legacy from one generation to another. The beautiful vineyard of Domaine de Rochegrès in the Moulin À Vent appellation joined the family business in 2014.

The vineyard

This "Charmes" Domaine du Pavillon 2020 by Albert Bichot is a Meursault 1er cru wine that stems from a 1.17-hectare plot. The vines are 30 years old on average and are planted on clay-limestone soils.

This terroir, located mainly in the "Charmes dessus" area, is unique in that it spreads over two distinctive soil types. While the first, mainly clay, gives the wines an opulent and full expression, the second terroir provides a mineral and precise feel, carried by its great finesse.

Vinification and ageing

The grapes are harvested by hand and vinified in oak barrels (60% of which are new oak) for 3 weeks to 2 months. The wine is aged for 12 to 15 months exclusively in barrels (60% of which are new).

The blend

Chardonnay (100%).

Albert Bichot’s Meursault Premier Cru "Charmes" Domaine du Pavillon 2020: Characteristics and tasting tips

The tasting


The nose reveals a rich aromatic palette. Fragrances of candied lemon and almonds mingle with notes of white flowers and freshly baked bread.


Full and smooth, the palate is seduced by this wine’s fine tannins, its velvety feel and its delicious aromas of warm brioche and spices. The finish is persistent and aromatic.

Food and wine pairing

This white Burgundy wine will complement fine fish, shellfish, white meat, poultry served with a sauce and strong cheeses.


For an optimal tasting, serve between 12 and 14°C.


This Meursault Premier Cru "Charmes" Domaine du Pavillon 2020 by Albert Bichot can be cellared until at least 2030.

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