I was having high expectations of Domaine (not négociant purchased grapes) produced Meursault Perrieres from Bouchard, as my past experience with Bouchard always have decent surprises. However, I must admit I was mildly disappointed with the performance of this bottle, perhaps having too much great wines to drink recently? Coming from a great vintage of 2007, I would expect the acidity to be pronounced, but this wasn’t the case, it was very mild acidity. In the first place, there was very slight premox, very mild oxidation and miniscule sugar cane on the nose, so this bottle’s content maybe affected by the slight premox. Content wise, there was some mild buttery taste (obviously with oak profile) and mild fruits. Nothing spectacular in the content, really just an average Joe from Meursault.