Who Likes This Wine(4)

  1. rschmidt


    1 Tasting Note

  2. esburgundy


    89 Tasting Notes

  3. Ludi


    1,283 Tasting Notes


Food Pairing Tags

Community users think this wine goes best with:

Add My Food Pairing Tags

Community Tasting Notes (15) Avg Score: 93.5 points

View all 15 Community Tasting Notes

What Do You Think? Add a Tasting Note

Professional reviews have copyrights and you can view them here for your personal use only as private content. To view pro reviews you must either subscribe to a pre-integrated publication or manually enter reviews below. Learn more.

View From the Cellar


View From the Cellar


  • By Stephen Tanzer
    September/October 1998, IWC Issue #80, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Domaine des Comtes Lafon Meursault Les Perrieres) Subscribe to see review text.


Vintage Tastings

  • By John Kapon
    La Paulee 2009, Part IV, 3/7/2009 94 points

    (Lafon Meursault Perrieres) Augie slipped me a 1996 Lafon Meursault Perrieres on the way back from the war room. It was classic, round, rich and pretty full of white, delicately sweet fruit, also possessing great, smoky flavors. There was great balance, and while it was a bit softer and more mature than I expected, there was still hidden acidity, woven beautifully into the wine’s elegant style.
  • By John Kapon
    A Double Dose of the ROPP, 7/5/2006 93+ points

    (Lafon Meursault Perrieres) The second white had a wider nose but was not as forward, more waxy, with nice butter, nut and light nutmeg. The classic citrus came out. The wine had a nice body, shier and less developed though, still with a bit of baby fat to it. The palate was very oily with more slate on its finish. 'Coconut,' someone observed, and Rudy observed some 'botrytis.' The acids really came out with time in this
  • By John Kapon
    Top 100 Weekend, Year II, 2005, 11/22/2005 95 points

    (Lafon Meursault 'Perrieres,') ,' which is technically not Grand Cru, although many feel that 'Perrieres' is a vineyard in Burgundy that delivers Grand Cru quality. It was an honorary ambassador of sorts and held up its part of the bargain with a fabulous nose full of that 1996 acidity, light citrus and wax, nice butter, candy apple, minerals and steel. Eric found it 'a little alcoholic' but still enjoyed it; its palate was deliciously toasty, racy, pure and tasty, and there was no doubt that it belonged in this flight afterwards

NOTE: Some content is property of View From the Cellar and Burghound and Vinous and Vintage Tastings.

Add a Pro Review Add Your Own Reviews:

Report a problem with the information on this page.

$Where to Buy
powered by