It’s really good! Open it and right away it’s absolutely and obviously delicious, with lots of fruit (even a vague hint of something verging on tropical), a touch of florality, crystal clear Chablis minerality, and bright acidity. All the elements of spot-on Chablis.
Burgundy is famous for two grapes: Pinot Noir (for red wines) and Chardonnay (for white). But scratch the surface and there’s lots more going on...
Rosé from Burgundy doesn't get the hype of whites and reds from the same region. But why? The wines are delicious, ageable, and singular--everything we could ask for in great wines of terroir. Let's find some answers together!
Lettie Teague gave us a nice shout-out in the Journal about what may be our No.1 passion: Grower Champagnes. And we have all her picks for you here!