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Bachelet Monnot Bourgogne Blanc 2019

Bachelet Monnot Bourgogne Blanc 2019


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Tasting Notes

This Bourgogne Blanc comes from some seriously impressive terroir: 1.3 hectares of 20- to 50-year-old vines in the Puligny area (spread across four parcels); and a plot of young-vine Chassagne on very chalky soil. These source vineyards—combined with the quality of the viticulture, harvest date and the confident, hands-off winemaking—gifts one of the best value white Burgundies in our portfolio. - Importer Note

Importer Note:

'Everyone is on the lookout for Burgundy's next white-wine star, , and brothers Marc and Alexandre Bachelet, who created this property in 2005 from their father's and uncle's land, are quietly making a solid claim. Their low-key winery is in Dezizelès-Maranges, at the southern tip of the Côte de Beaune, but their vineyards represent a great cross-section of Puligny, Chassagne and Meursault. Theirs is winemaking in the current, structure-minded style; lots of air for the juice, fermenting in larger barrels, finishing in steel. The wines have both character and precision, which is evident even in their village-level Puligny. " Jon Bonné,punchdrink.com

'Many of you will already be aware how much respect I have for Marc and Alec Bachelet who are doing wonderful things down in Dezize-lès-Maranges... What can I say? What more needs to be said? These guys are just making stupendous white Burgundy wines that rank alongside the best you can find, If you have not discovered the Bachelet brothers yet, it's time to do so. " Neal Martin, The Wine Advocate

Product Type Wine White Chardonnay
Volume 750ml
Country France
Region Burgundy
Sub Region Bourgogne
Winemaking Practices Conventional
Vineyard Practices Conventional