Domaine Roulot

Bourgogne Blanc Chardonnay

9.223 ratings
9.28 pro ratings
Burgundy, France
Chardonnay
Duck, Shellfish, Goose, Mushrooms, Manchego & Parmesan, Game, Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chicken, Turkey, Cheddar & Gruyere, Meaty & Oily Fish, White Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Cream Sauces
Top Notes For
Casey Curbow

Sales Associate Windsor Wine Merchants

9.2

So transparent & yet dense.

So transparent & yet dense.

Dec 30th, 2019
John Willison

Perennial favorite. This one seemed a bit oxidized. More golden in color. Same notes of lemon zest and almond. A bit off. Still good.

Perennial favorite. This one seemed a bit oxidized. More golden in color. Same notes of lemon zest and almond. A bit off. Still good.

Dec 25th, 2019
Dr. Owen Bargreen

The 2016 Jean-Marc Roulot Bourgogne Blanc is a stunning new release from this storied Mersault based estate which was first founded in 1930. Soft and inviting on the mouth, the wine slowly unveils layers of tart green apple, vanilla cream, hazelnut and fresh starfruit.
The sense of finesse, elegance and length is very appealing, as the near minute long finish completes this gorgeous bottling. While a fantastic bottle to savor now, the 2016 Jean-Marc Roulot Bourgogne Blanc will enjoy another fifteen years in the cellar. Drink 2019-2033- 92

The 2016 Jean-Marc Roulot Bourgogne Blanc is a stunning new release from this storied Mersault based estate which was first founded in 1930. Soft and inviting on the mouth, the wine slowly unveils layers of tart green apple, vanilla cream, hazelnut and fresh starfruit.
The sense of finesse, elegance and length is very appealing, as the near minute long finish completes this gorgeous bottling. While a fantastic bottle to savor now, the 2016 Jean-Marc Roulot Bourgogne Blanc will enjoy another fifteen years in the cellar. Drink 2019-2033- 92

Dec 2nd, 2019
John Willison

Lemon, lemon zest, almond oil, crushed shells, lingering finish.

Lemon, lemon zest, almond oil, crushed shells, lingering finish.

Aug 31st, 2019
John Willison

Best Bourgogne. Lemon zest, almond oil, minerals...so good.

Best Bourgogne. Lemon zest, almond oil, minerals...so good.

Jul 7th, 2019
John Willison

Bright lemon start, then almond oil and minerality, balanced finish.

Bright lemon start, then almond oil and minerality, balanced finish.

Jun 16th, 2019
Alex Lallos

Owner No Limit Fine Wines, Private Wine Consultant

9.5

This is lights out. Showing some reduction but expressive nonetheless less. Oily texture but still a laser beam of a wine. Not as complex as the Meursault or the single vineyard bottlings but for Bourgogne blanc you can’t beat this. Expensive for Bourgogne blanc but in terms of $60 Chardonnay it beats 100% in that category

This is lights out. Showing some reduction but expressive nonetheless less. Oily texture but still a laser beam of a wine. Not as complex as the Meursault or the single vineyard bottlings but for Bourgogne blanc you can’t beat this. Expensive for Bourgogne blanc but in terms of $60 Chardonnay it beats 100% in that category

May 14th, 2019
Alex Moura

Celebrate good times come on πŸ‹ πŸ’Ž πŸ’₯

Celebrate good times come on πŸ‹ πŸ’Ž πŸ’₯

Nov 4th, 2019
Ned Gray Creed

If you have a bottle lob it into a decanter for at least an hour. Then you will be all smiles. As we were.

If you have a bottle lob it into a decanter for at least an hour. Then you will be all smiles. As we were.

Sep 9th, 2019
Zack Hall

Dynamite. With oysters omg.

Dynamite. With oysters omg.

Aug 18th, 2019