($160) Bright, green-tinged yellow. Refined aromas of lime, white flowers, powdered stone, violet and mint. Juicy, citric and dense, with saline minerality contributing to the impression of power. And yet there's something warm and generous about this full and aromatic wine that gives it elegance as well. Finishes with excellent grip. This is lower in acidity than the Charmes but should age well. As there's nothing exaggerated about this wine, it should be perfect alongside a simple fish preparation without a highly seasoned sauce.
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: September/October 2009
Burghound | Rating: 93
A stunningly fine, exotic and seductive nose of high-toned white peach, wet stone and moderately ripe orchard fruit and anise are followed by precise, vibrant and sappy medium-bodied flavors that offer excellent persistence and perfect acid/fruit balance on the stony finish. This is extremely classy and it should be capable of rewarding 5 to 7 years of cellaring and drink well for another 5 years thereafter. In sum, a classic GenevriŠres.
Author: Allen Meadows
Issue: 3rd Quarter, 2009
Wine Advocate | Rating: 92
Grapefruit and lime mark the pungent nose and bright, juicy palate of Morey-Blanc's 2007 Meursault Genevrieres, with distilled pit fruit and floral essences adding its high-toned allure. Yellow cherry, white peach, and lemon oil well up in an ester-rich display, along with mysteriously meaty, musky notes, and this finishes with impressive, chalk-lined length. This seems somehow to be a vintage especially well-suited to Genevrieres, and the present example should be worth following for the better part of a decade.