Domaine Hubert Bouzereau Gruère is a family business, named for the union of two old winemaking families: Hubert Bouzereau in Meursault, and Marie-France Gruère in Chassagne-Montrachet.
Hubert Bouzereau is the 7th generation of winemakers of his family and it was in 1970 that he established his own estate with his wife Marie-France.
Today, two of their daughters have joined them in the family business: Marie-Laure has been working at the Domaine since 1995 and Marie-Anne since 1999.
Very heady bouquet, with aromas of almond, honey, and hot, crusty bread-beautiful aromatic complexity typical of the vintage. On the palate, the wine has an abundant richness which verges on unctuousness, and has notes of ripe and dried fruit (such as apricots). Vivacious with great length; this is a very elegant wine.
Maturation in oak barrels for 11-12 months (20-30% new wood).
Cellaring Potential: 5-10 years