Meursault is a village steeped in charm and history where the generosity of the land and the art of the winegrower combine to offer the world true terroir wines. Throughout history, the white wines of Meursault have been served on the most illustrious tables as well as the most modest. The built heritage is intimately linked to the culture of the vine: beautiful winegrowing estates, washhouses, streams, gardens, streets and alleys that make this village a real jewel. Its town hall, an old feudal castle famous since the filming of the movie "La Grande Vadrouille", its wine castles, its 15th century church and its 12th century leper colony invite you to discover and meditate.
A village listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as part of the Climats de Bourgogne classification, with a range of enchanting Premiers Crus: Les Perrières, Les Charmes, Les Genévrières, Les Bouchères, La Goutte d'Or, where the love and art of wine have been passed down from generation to generation in Murisaltian families, and where great wine festivals are celebrated: the Paulée de Meursault, the Banée, the musical festival "From Bach to Bacchus", the Trinquée!