The name of this parcel has two possible origins. It could be derived from the ‘Vallée aux Meures’, with meures meaning ‘blackberries’ in ancient French. Brambles, or blackberry bushes, previously grew in this area. A second theory suggests that the name originates from the meurs (walls) which were built around a property or parcels using stones taken from the fields known as ‘murgers’ or‘meurgers’ thereby giving us the ‘Vallée des Meurgers’.
Yellow hue with green tinges. The nose is delicate, fresh and mineral with notes of candied lemon. The palate is elegant and delicate with remarkable aromatic complexity and citrus aromas.
10°C to 13°C