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Château de Meursault

Chateau de Meursault
In the beginning this estate was a fief which Robert I, Duke of Burgundy and a member of the Capetian dynasty, bequeathed to one of his squires.

In the 17th century, Meursault had two seigniories, one whose vestiges house the town hall, the other on the property of the castle that stands there today.

The estate includes 60 hectares of vines within Burgundy's prestigious appellations: Meursault and Meursault Premier Cru, Aloxe-Corton, Savigny-les-Beaune, Beaune, Grèves, Cent-Vignes, Pommard, Clos des Epenots, Volnay, Clos des Chênes, Puligny-Montrachet, Champs-Canet and Corton Grand Cru.

In 1973, André Boisseaux acquired the estate, making it part of the PATRIARCHE family and restored the castle with great taste and energy.

In 1975, he replanted the vines in the historic 8-hectare-vineyard in front of the castle, "Le Clos du Château".

Today Château de Meursault is one of Burgundy's largest and most beautiful winegrowing estates.
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