I love white Burgundy. I normally gravitate towards the northernmost village of Chablis, but I'm always on the lookout for Burgs from smaller appellations that offer great value. Burgundy as a category has become very expensive. Even in a good year, not much wine is made relative to other regions. And with seemingly every other year affected by frost or hail (or both), there is even less to go around.
This wine sees no new oak and shows nice notes of oyster shell, grapefruit, and lemon. Just a classic piece of minerally French Chardonnay made in a fresh style. Serve cool to cold. 100% Chardonnay.