If there was one white in Francois Buisson’s cellar which could claim the title ‘insider’s secret’ it is this. Perched up next to Genevrières, its vines growing in just a few centimetres of poor soil over limestone, the Limozin vineyard is exceptionally well sited. Francois has some very old vines here, planted in 1928. The resulting wine is immensely racy and mineral, even in a warm vintage like 2018, so tight it feels initially almost lighter than the Bourgogne, until the mid-palate when the wine begins to expand, showing orchard fruit around its mineral core. Great length and intensity, and a very smart buy for lovers of racy Meursault.