To a small extent.
Meniere's may be due to multiple factors.
Theories do include a genetic predisposition, as patients with the disease and a family history have an earlier age of onset and more severe symptoms from one generation to the next. Other theories include fluid build-up in the inner ear
due to blockage, a viral infection, and an autoimmune condition. As such, most cases are not familial.
Answer assisted by Erin Brennan, Medical Student