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The 2020 Bourgogne Chardonnay offers up aromas of honeyed orchard fruit, white flowers, citrus zest and freshly baked bread. Medium to full-bodied, ample and seamless, it's a bright, charming wine that will drink well on release. William Kelley, The Wine Advocate 88 Points BH 87 From the planes below Puligny-Montrachet
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Domaine Bernard Moreau Bourgogne Chardonnay 2020

Chardonnay | France, Burgundy

This is a delicious drink straight off the bat! 100% Chassagne fruit. This is a delicious drink straight off the bat. Approachable young and good to go over the next few years. A level of generosity and immediate appeal while showing the freshness and hinting at the complexity and precision that comes as you move through Alex's range. The 2019 Bourgogne Chardonnay bursts with aromas of citrus oil, peaches and white flowers. Medium-bodied, perfumed and charming, it derives from parcels in the
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Domaine Alex Moreau Bourgogne Chardonnay 2021

Chardonnay | France, Burgundy

This is a delicious drink straight off the bat! 100% Chassagne fruit. This is a delicious drink straight off the bat. Approachable young and good to go over the next few years. A level of generosity and immediate appeal while showing the freshness and hinting at the complexity and precision that comes as you move through Alex's range. Fine-boned and precise, the 2021 Bourgogne Chardonnay offers up aromas of pear, citrus oil, white flower and clear honey, followed by a medium-bodied, v
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Domaine Marc Morey Bourgogne Blanc 2021

Chardonnay | France, Burgundy

A background hint of reduction blurs the nuance of the petrol and citrus zest-scented nose. The racy, delicious and nicely concentrated middleweight flavors possess a lovely texture that contrasts somewhat with the mildly rustic and agreeably dry finish where the citrus character of the nose resurfaces. Drink: 2025+ Allen Meadows, Burghound 86 Points The 2021 Bourgogne Blanc has a simple but bright malic nose, well-defined and a little flinty in style. The palate is well balanced with
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The reds of Chassagne a little secret that's slowly making its way out of the bag. I had one of Alex's red the 1978 monopole Morgeot 'La Cardeuse' in September 2020. In a word stunning. Ask Alex and he'll tell you the soil profile is very similar to Chambolle in that neck of the woods. A ripe, fresh and relatively deeply pitched nose reveals notes of pepper and earth inflected dark berries and plum. The nicely rich and vibrant medium-bodied flavors possess a supple and round mid-palate while
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The reds of Chassagne a little secret that's slowly making its way out of the bag. I had one of Alex's red the 1978 monopole Morgeot 'La Cardeuse' in September 2020. In a word stunning. Ask Alex and he'll tell you the soil profile is very similar to Chambolle in that neck of the woods. Offering up notes of peonies, rose petals, red berries and spices, the 2021 Chassagne-Montrachet Vieilles Vignes is medium-bodied, satiny and perfumed, with lively acids and a saline finish. William Kelley,
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Lovely line and length here. Chalky fine acids, dances across your palate. Fine, cristaline, poised oak with excellent citrus and green apple + just a fine layer of phenolics. An edge of creaminess from lees, yet this is tight and does not at all look like a warm year. Excellent mouthfeel and harmony.
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This is also relatively deeply colored. The ultra-fresh nose freely offers up its aromas of the cool essence of red currant along with background wisps of earth and violet. The racy and beautifully detailed medium weight flavors exude a very subtle minerality on the bitter pit fruit-inflected finale. This youthfully austere effort should repay mid-term keeping.” Allen Meadows, Burghound 89 Points
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Domaine Blain-Gagnard Volnay ‘Champans’ 2019

Pinot Noir | France, Burgundy

"A markedly cool nose, and particularly so in the context of the 2019 vintage, reflects notes of essence of red berries, lavender, tea and a hint of newly turned earth. There is more refinement if not density to the utterly delicious medium weight flavors that exude a refreshing salinity on the balanced, youthfully austere and solidly persistent finish that is quite firmly structured. This is relatively fine for Champans and a wine that should age gracefully. ♥" Allen Meadows, Burghound 91-
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About Domaine Marc-Antonin Blain Marc-Antonin Blain, son of Jean-Marc and Claudine, grew up among the vineyards of Chassagne, but it was the vintages he spent abroad in Australia and New Zealand that inspired his passion for winemaking. Back in France, under the guidance of his grandfather Jacques Gagnard – an atypical figure in the world […]
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Lovers of flavourful Chardonnay will be happy here! Amiot 'Les Vergers' sits toward the more generous end of the spectrum. Tasting this reminded me of a chat I had with Franco d'Anna about the pendulum from riper to lean styles at a time when many were pushing the boundaries of the lean side to an extreme. 'Chardonnay should have flavour' he proclaimed. Lovers of flavourful Chardonnay will be happy here. Vergers should have a solid line of acid and this does. Full of riper stone fruit, melon,
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Lovers of flavourful Chardonnay will be happy here! Amiot makes wines toward the more generous end of the spectrum. Tasting this reminded me of a chat I had with Franco d'Anna about the pendulum from riper to leaner styles. 'Chardonnay should have flavour' My note on the 2017: Lovers of flavourful Chardonnay will be happy here. Vergers should have a solid line of acid and this does. Full of riper stone fruit, melon, creamy lees action, a pinch of baking spice all finishing with a little pi
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Lovers of flavourful Chardonnay will be happy here! Excellent gear. A step up in acid levels from 'Les Vergers'. Lovely flavour profile here. From Meadow's notes the flavour profiles is much the same. What clearly has changed over a couple of years in the bottle is the expression. No longer the shy, reticent teenager. Now a vivacious creature with a certain delicacy and that full flavoured profile I've come to expect from Amiot. The flow and texture across palate is excellent with a fine finish.
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Lovers of flavourful Chardonnay will be happy here! Amiot is turning out a compelling set of 1er Cru's. Their monopole Clos Saint-Abdon like the other two 1er Cru's I've tasted has a divine mouthfeel. It's the finish so pure and long. As the Amiot's open they step up several rungs of the ladder. They build and harmonise beautifully in the glass. Flavourful like the other 1er's there's a little more citrus here. The weight, line and length is thirst-quenching with excellent energy. Meadow's discr
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The 2018 Volnay Les Santenots 1er Cru has a well-defined but stubbornly backward bouquet; perhaps this cuvée is beginning to close down as Moreau’s cellar cools in the winter. The palate is more expressive, offering chunky black fruit and even more peppery than the La Cardeuse due to the 50% whole bunch, although personally I might have dialed that down a little, as I find the finish a bit too stemmy at the moment. Neal Martin
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Aromas of orange rind, plums, peonies and sweet spices preface the 2019 Volnay 1er Cru Les Santenots, a medium to full-bodied, velvety and sumptuous wine that's deep and sapid, underpinned by lively acids and powdery tannins. William Kelley
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