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If you're not happy with a bottle, you don't pay for it.
If you’re looking for a good value white Burgundy, we strongly suggest trying this opulent Hautes Côtes de Beaune. Crisp, rounded and packed with exotic fruit character, it’s a masterpiece in the expression of Chardonnay and the subtle use of oak.
Rounded stone and exotic fruits cut through by minerality
Creamy peach, exotic fruit, citrus, vanilla oak, wet stone
Brother and sister winemaking duo Gilbert and Christine Felettig represent the third generation of their family to craft fine Burgundy. When their father inherited three hectares of vines back in 1965, he set about expanding his holdings slowly, a few rows at a time. And today, 55 years later, Gilbert and Christine are responsible for a total of 13 hectares – a mosaic of 100 tiny plots across Burgundy. The plots responsible for this rich white lie in the heart of the Hautes Côtes de Beaune. Organically raised, and tended and harvested by hand, the grapes receive a gentle pressing, before even gentler oak ageing. "2020 may be his best yet" said Burghound of Felettig. Already drinking well, it's sublime with creamy white meat dishes.