Wine Advocate-Parker : The 2016 Meursault Village les Tessons was not affected by any frost, unlike Les Grands Charrons for example. It has a lifted bouquet with attractive citrus fruit intermingling with scents of almond, lemon curd and even a hint of freshly baked shortbread! The palate is very well balanced with a peachy entry, moderate acidity, quite linear in style and gaining more tension on the attenuated last third. I appreciate the touch of salinity on the aftertaste that urges you back for another sip. This is worth seeking out.