It was the fourth podium of the season for Meillard and 12th of his World Cup career.
Rounding out the podium was another Viking of the Norwegian team, youngster Lucas Braathen (NOR).
The 22-year-old thought he may have captured his fourth win of the season but was bumped down after his teammate Kristoffersen bested him by 0.49 seconds.
“I was super stoked about my performance, holy s**t it was a war. So, I am super stoked to make it to the finish and see green lights in front of a huge crowd. It is a shame that my finish did not hold and may have cost me second place and the fight for victory with Henrik today,” said Braathen.
Braathen now has nine career podiums to his name, and it is the first time he reached the podium this season without finishing first.
The Norwegian men had a great weekend in Wengen as Aleksander Aamodt Kilde (NOR) took the double in the speed events.
The tour now moves to the famed Kitzbühel course in Austria for two downhill and one slalom races.