Cellar/Tasting Notes Domaine Ramonet Bourgogne Aligote Burgundy 2010 is a refreshing white wine that can be a bit acidic but is balanced by its freshness and ripeness. The wine can be a great surprise alternative to the universal Chardonnay in Burgundy.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Bright notes of green apple and citrus oil seem to pop from the glass. Nice minerality and acidity lead to a lingering creamy finish. From shellfish to grilled chicken or just as a great sipper before dinner, drink now and for the next 5 years.
Cellar/Tasting Notes This has the body of Bourgogne Blanc, but with considerable hints of aromas and flavors. Flowers, white stone fruits and pears are all layered into the silky, polished finish.
Cellar/Tasting Notes The Clos St. Philbert presents with a tropical aromas seguing into a fervent opulence on the palate. Its freshness and mineral character are remarkable.