Burgundy White Wine
For all winemakers, white Burgundy is the very pinnacle of winemaking and just about anyone who has ever made Chardonnay will look to the Burgundy region for inspiration and the very highest quality.
Technically Burgundy white wine is Chardonnay, but the region is the origin of the variety, which incidentally is the most popular white grape in the world. In Burgundy, the combination of land, temperature and heritage produces a wine that can never quite be replicated anywhere else.
This Mâcon punches well above its weight. Made from older vines, which give greater intensity, and aged for a little while >
Fresh apple, pear and white peach aromas, with a touch of lanolin and hazelnut. Understated at first, but with pretty floral >
In his Puligny village cuvée, Sylvain aims to strike a delicate balance between buttery richness and clean, restrained white >
This wine is made using grapes from some of the best 1er Crus sites in Rully. Aromas of stone fruits like white peach and >
Profound aromas of ripe peach and apricot, with a touch of smoky spice and an appealing ripe, creamy texture. Quite serious >
"The 2019 Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune Blanc is rounded and satisfying with white flowers on the nose and lightly honeyed >
To my palate fine Chablis should be elegant and crisp with a mineral-infused, dry finish and the 2019 Chablis 1er Cru >
Les Houillères is always a very attractive cuvée from Morey-Coffinet. Quite a gentle style of Chassagne, with an open nose >
Quintessential Meursault - expressive and expansive, with broad, waxy ripe citrus and roasted hazelnuts. Nice weight and >
This lovely white is restrained at first and develops floral and citrus aromas with time. It is toasty with ripe, bright >
"The 2019 Puligny-Montrachet Les Charmes has a fragrant bouquet with apricot, candle wax and light saffron aromas that are >
An outstanding, expressive and mineral-infused chardonnay. Expressive with notes of vanilla, hazelnut, citrus cream and >