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If you're not happy with a bottle, you don't pay for it.
If you’re looking for a great value introduction to the joys of white Burgundy, Laroze de Drouhin Blanc is a very shrewd purchase. Aged and fermented in oak barrels, 10% of those new, it has rounded creamy peach, with uplifting citrus freshness.
Rounded and elegant mouthfeel with a long, creamy finish
White fruits with exotic notes and a hint of vanilla oak
With many awards and a patchwork of vineyards throughout Burgundy to their name, the Drouhin family have a lot to be proud of. Their winemaking tradition stretches back six generations, to when Jean-Baptiste Laroze purchased a vineyard in 1850. Since then, each successive generation has sought to develop the estate, adding vineyards in a variety of enviable locations. This is their entry-level white Burgundy, made with the same care and attention they use on their Grands Crus. Using hand-picked Chardonnay grapes, they age the wine in oak barrels (10% new) for 8 months, lending elegant notes of vanilla. The excellent 2020 vintage was celebrated by critic Jancis Robinson as a fine balance between moderation and an 'embarrassment of riches'.