[mur-soh; French mœr-soh]
- a dry, white Burgundy wine produced in the district around Meursault in E France.
Origin of Meursault
First recorded in 1825–35
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Examples from the Web for meursault
Historical Examples of meursault
At Meursault only white wines are made, because there is too much stone for the red.
The manager, who till then had been having Meursault served, now offered Chambertin and Leoville.