With nearly 400 ha of vines, Meursault stands out in Burgundy's Côte de Beaune for the quality of its white wines and the precociousness of its reds. The village's slopes are fairly steep and almost always oriented to the east and south for ideal exposure to the rising sunt. Among the thirty named vineyard sites located on the primary hillside, many are ranked as "Premier Cru" sites, but many of the village-ranked climats have also earned historic recognition for their exceptional wines. "Le Limozin" is nestled between two prestigious Premier Crus - "Les Genevrières" and "Les Charmes" - and provides a very good example with as much or more consistency as a Premier Cru. As is often the case in Burgundy, the name of this vineyard site refers to a feature of the landscape, in this case a small creek: “Le Limozin” comes from "En Limosin", a stream which flows alongside this vineyard.