2018 Antoine Jobard Meursault 1er Cru Genevrieres - 750ml


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2018 Antoine Jobard Meursault 1er Cru Genevrieres - 750ml

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Wine With Bok - 9/10 Stars

This Genevrieres is one of the most popular plot from Meursault, I would rank it just right behind Perrieres and ahead of Porusots, thus I do have high expectations from producers making wines from this plot, and probably a litmus test of whether the winemaker meets my expectations or not. Sadly, I have reservations about this bottle. Bouquet was unimpressed with relatively muted fragrance and lightly lemon skin nose. The content has nothing striking, with substantial lemon juice taste, although the good point is that this wine has got good finesse. I wouldn’t strongly recommend anyone to try this wine. Perhaps the wine is too young for evaluation right now? (4/2021)

Allen Meadows Burghound - 94 Points 

A wonderfully elegant and ever-so-mildly exotic nose requires some determined swirling to reveal notes of spiced tea, passion fruit and white peach. The sublimely textured but chiseled middle weight flavors brim with mineral on the linear, focused and impressively persistent finale. This isn't super-dense but it's very classy. *Burghound Sweet Spot!!* (6/2020)

John Gilman - 93 Points

It is interesting that the Poruzots 2018 is already showing all of its multi-faceted personality, but the Genevrières chez Jobard is much more reserved out of the blocks. All of the building blocks are here for excellent development, but it is a bit more shy than the Poruzots today, with a bit of coaxing necessary to have the bouquet eventually offer up scents of passion fruit, tangerine, a touch of nuttiness, lemon zest, beautiful, salty soil tones, vanillin oak and a topnote of orange blossoms. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and nicely adolescent today, with lovely depth at the core, bright acids and fine length and grip on the still quite primary finish. This will be very good in due course, but it will be less tempting to drink during its ascent than the Poruzots! (12/2019)


Country France
Region Burgundy
Sub-Region Meursault
Classification Burgundy Premier Cru
Vintage 2018
Grape Chardonnay
Volume 750ml

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