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This white Burgundy may only have humble ‘Bourgogne’ on the label, but it tastes much loftier than that. From a family estate based in Meursault, this white has richness, depth and lovely length, enhanced by fermentation and ageing in oak barrels.
Creamy fresh, full and fruity with elegance and length
Notes of stone fruit, citrus, white flowers and spice
If you’ve enjoyed a richly textured Meursault, you'll love this more affordable alternative. The Matrot family can trace their heritage in the appellation back to the 19th century. Today the estate is in the hands of Thierry and his two daughters Elsa and Adèle. Their splendid Bourgogne Blanc stands out from the crowd as it is made from the rich fruit of old Chardonnay vines near the leading village of Meursault. Furthermore, it was aged in French oak barrels, a fifth of which were new, and gains even more richness from stirring of the wine on its lees. The result is a fine wine of great freshness, fruit and minerality. Lovely now or keep a year or two. A lovely, rounded, charming wine. Serve cellar cool. Ideal with sauced chicken or fish.