White Burgundy

Domaine Roulot

Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay 2014

Actually slightly disappointing for a (Roulot) '14. Drank alongside a '14 Wittmann Aulerde GG, and paired with a pasta with morel and green onion (light) cream sauce. Riper nose than I expected on a '14, with very, very soft noble reduction, but good minerality and lemon. In a very good place, but the Aulerde was the better pairing with the food by a longshot. Good density, but slightly thin on the finish. I think I preferred the '13 edition to this one... — 8 days ago

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Domaine Hervé Azo

Vau de Vey Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2019

The differences between good and very good Chablis lie in the nuances. In this Premiere Cru from Herve Azo, we get lots to drool over - transitions from smell into texture into flavor. Crisp, clean, flinty yeasty lemons triple lutz into fully lush lemon cream. Coats the tongue like robes of sweet tropical fruit fondit.

And all this for about $30
— 2 days ago

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Domaine Colbois

Bourgogne Chitry Chardonnay 2017

Wow. This is really good right out of the gate. Reminiscent of a 1er Cru Chablis. Nose is intensely earthy/mineral, with straw-inflected appley fruit underneath. A little of that Chablis brothiness I associate with Kimmeridgien (sp.?) terroir. Intensely flavored in the mouth, with the acids and the minerality combining for some serious pucker. Crisp, bone dry, and refreshing. Would be amazing with grilled shrimp or prawns. — 5 days ago

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Etienne Sauzet

Bourgogne Chardonnay 2013

Our first official, post-COVID dinner with most of our old wine crew, plus new friends. No notes, but honest scores.

As amazing as our last bottle, if you can believe..
10H decant!
— 12 days ago

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Marcel Couturier

La Cour des Bois Saint-Véran Chardonnay 2015

Marcel Couturier, La Cour des Bois, Saint-Véran AOC, Vintage 2015, ABV 13%.

This is a Chardonnay from the Saint-Véran appellation in the Mâconnais region of Burgundy, France 🇫🇷

Mâconnais is generally known for its richer, fuller-bodied Chardonnay expressions, in part due to its more southerly positioning in Burgundy and its warmer temperatures; this wine is an excellent example. 💕💕💕

This wine was produced using older French oak barrels, softening the edges of the orchard and stone fruit characteristics and imparting complexity. A little exposure to oxygen happens naturally when fermenting or aging wine in oak barrels and this exposure may be responsible for the beautiful golden hue I see in the glass, along with time spent in the bottle. 🌞

👃 On the nose this wine has a medium intensity of developing aromas. The aromas include primary notes of tart peach, apricot, yellow apple, lemon rind, also chamomile, orange flower, white blossom, flint and wet stone, also secondary notes of toast, cream, brioche, delicate vanilla and baking spices, and tertiary notes of caramel, butterscotch, and honey. 🍐 🍑 🍎 🍋

👄 On the palate this wine is dry. It has medium(+) acidity, a medium(+) body, medium alcohol, medium intensity in flavors consistent with the nose and a medium finish.

I love the weigh, richness, and complexity of this wine, which we bought at @france_44 recently.

We have paired this wine with sautéed shrimp, roasted veggies, and jasmine rice. It’s a lovely pairing, but I suspect this wine could stand up to an even richer meal or white meat.
— 9 days ago

with Deked1
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Domaine François Raveneau

Butteaux Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 1996

Light to medium gold color. Medium weight. Killer aged Raveneau nose. Notes of apricot, sea breeze, white clay, tan spice and some honey. Strong acidity, consistent with the 96 vintage. The mouth and mid palate lack slightly what the nose shows. Was at its best 6+ hours after initial decant. — a day ago

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Domaine Alain Chavy

Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay 2018

Quaffable, creamy, pear, lemon, honeydew, lavender and crushed Rock. Simple yet elegant! Consumed one glass yesterday better on day two! — 8 days ago

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@Trixie I love retirement! I love to hike as the sun is coming up!! Stress level from working so short handed..gone!
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@Dawn E. So happy for you and maybe a little jealous! 😜


@Dawn E. That's excellent! 🥰Great you can be fit and enjoy your retirement.

Château de Chamirey

Mercurey Chardonnay 2015

2015 vintage. Many Côte de Beaune wines from the famous appellations like Meursault are out of reach for many winelovers, but thankfully there is terrific stuff to be found in less prestigious parts of Burgundy and Château de Chamirey is a safe bet. This "village" Mercurey comes from 6 different plots with predominantly limestone and clay soils. Malolactic and alcoholic fermentations in barrel. Ageing in lightly toasted barriques (15% new). Bright yellow fruit and flowers. In the mouth it displays the richness of the 2015 vintage, but with impeccable balance and very good length. The oak is perfectly integrated and it has a certain complexity and very good length. Very good value as it outperforms many a Meursault at half the price. Kudos to the Devillard family. Highly recommended. — 5 days ago

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I add it to my wishlist, fine description

Domaine de Chantemerle

Fourchaume Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2019

Just tried ‘19. Pale lemon with aromas of stone and tropical fruits. Made from 40-year old vines, aged in 100% stainless steel. On the palate flavors of bright lemon citrus with crisp apple and peach notes. This medium-body wine has crisp acidity, good balance and nice mouthfeel, smooth long finish ending with creamy mineral texture. Very Nice! — 5 days ago

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Domaine Jean Dauvissat Pere & Fils

Fourchaume Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2018

Pretty, classic Chablis minerality on the nose which is light and has some so2. Palate is tart and takes on weight with air, becoming fantastic and more concentrated. Perfect bit of sweetness on the finish. Early in its development… Needs years. — 5 days ago

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