The rather large lieu-dit of Chevalières is high up the Meursault slope and has a northward orientation. This leaner, cooler exposure is the perfect setup for Germain's style of winegrowing, which always prizes subtlety and nuance over sheer power. That being said, what's on offer in the 2018 vintage here is classic, ripe and intense Meursault. Last tasted in May, 2022, it offers classic aromas and flavors of toasted brioche, with just the faintest suggestion of chervil. It's also quite taut- almost nervy- and has plenty of structure for the long haul.