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 >
This lieu-dit Meursault is a big step from the regular Villages cuvée in terms of volume, ripeness and body. Indeed it is >
An exclusive of Maison Louis Latour (monopole), the vineyards constituting the estate of the Château de Blagny are located >
2017 is a delightful vintage providing attractive, elegant white wines that are delicious now and which will age admirably. >
The Grand Ardèche comes from some of the best-performing vineyard sites in the area. After pressing, the juice is put into >
Quintessential Meursault – expressive and expansive, with broad, waxy ripe citrus and roasted hazelnuts. Nice weight and >
Clos Richemont is a 'monopole' - a Premier Cru solely owned by Henri Darnat. A very stylish, well-balanced Meursault, with >
Profound aromas of ripe peach and apricot, with a touch of smoky spice and an appealing ripe, creamy texture. Quite serious >
To my palate fine Chablis should be elegant and crisp with a mineral-infused, dry finish and the 2019 Chablis 1er Cru >