“Tea for two and two for tea”… Does this ditty remind you of anything? Yes, of course, Meursault is Gérard Oury and the cult scenes from “ la Grande Vadrouille” filmed in 1966. The film made famous the town hall with its glazed tile roofs, a vestige of a former fortified castle. A charming village, Meursault is rich in religious heritage, including the Leprosarium, a magnificently renovated Romanesque building at the entrance to the village, as well as the church of Saint-Nicolas, classified as a Cluniac Site. As you stroll through the village, you’ll discover private mansions, fine wine merchants’ and winegrowers’ houses built from limestone quarried in the surrounding area.