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White Burgundy

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BOURGOGNE Aligoté 2018 Domaine Gachot-Monot
Excellent value, reliably jolly wine.

  £12.50

MÂCON SOLUTRÉ POUILLY 2019 Domaine Romanin
2019 was a riper vintage than 2018, and this is richer and rounder than its predecessor. In this vintage it is definitely a wine to have with food. 

  £12.50

BOURGOGNE CÔTE CHALONNAISE Blanc 2016 Domaine de l'Évêché 
This estate, just south of Mercurey, is run meticulously by Vincent and Sylvie Joussier. Unoaked, but quite rich white burgundy.

  £13.95

SAINT-VÉRAN 2018 Domaine Chavet
Carefully made, unoaked, fairly soft white burgundy from the south of the region.

  £13.95

CHABLIS 2018 Domaine Jean-Marie Naulin
The Naulin family make a delicious, slightly rustic Chablis, which nevertheless displays real Chablis character, and which I personally enjoy drinking.

  £14.50

BOURGOGNE VÉZELAY "Le Clos" 2015 Domaine Élise Villiers
A ripe vintage, giving this wine a slightly fuller flavour than usual. Old vines growing on the slopes of Vézelay supply the grapes for this cuvée. The wine is matured in demi-muids (500-litre barrels) before bottling. This rounds the wine out, without imparting any noticeable oak flavours. 

  £14.95

PETIT CHABLIS 2018 Domaine Denis Pommier
The Pommiers make a delicious Petit Chablis that is more than the equal of many actual Chablis. Perfect as an aperitif and with fish.

  £16.50

POUILLY-FUISSÉ "Terroir de Fuissé" 2018 Domaine Romanin
The grapes for this wine come entirely from the commune of Fuissé. Part is matured in tank, and part in oak barrels. Exemplary Pouilly-Fuissé.

  £16.50

POUILLY-FUISSÉ "Lamure" 2016 Domaine Romanin
This comes from a parcel of old vines in the commune of Solutré, just below the famous rock. It is matured entirely in oak barrels, but none of them are new, resulting in a very discreetly oaked flavour.

  £17.50

AUXEY-DURESSES "Vieilles Vignes" 2012 Domaine Diconne
This is still vigorous and fresh - it has a touch of saltiness about it, making it definitely a food wine, when the true beauty of its flavour emerges.

  £17.95

SANTENAY "Le Chainey" 2017 Domaine Claude Nouveau
Impeccably made white burgundy. More full-bodied than the 2016, and seriously scrumptious. 

  £19.95

BOURGOGNE HAUTES CÔTES DE NUITS "Clos du Vignon" 2017
Domaine Thevenot-Le Brun
This is from Thevenot-Le Brun's most favoured vineyard, which they own in its entirety (rare in Burgundy). 60% of the wine is fermented in oak barrels, 40% in tank, and is marked by new oak, which adds a judicious seasoning to the flavour.

  £19.95

SAINT ROMAIN "La Combe Bazin" 2015 Domaine Prunier-Bonheur
Grown-up white burgundy - another delicious vintage for this reliably consistent wine.

  £22.50

SAINT AUBIN 1er Cru "Murgers des Dents de Chien" 2015
Domaine Jean-Charles Fornerot
Old-fashioned white burgundy, lightly oaked, with real character.

  £26.50

MEURSAULT "Les Narvaux" 2016 Domaine Diconne
From a vineyard situated above the Premier Cru "Les Genevrières", this displays an exhilarating tension between fruit, minerality and acidity.

  £29.50

MEURSAULT "Les Clous" 2018 Domaine Pascal Prunier-Bonheur
Full, rich, cleverly oaked Meursault.

  £39.95

PULIGNY-MONTRACHET 1er Cru "Les Champs Gains" 2014
Domaine Jean-Charles Fornerot
This is a step up from M. Fornerot's St. Aubin - a richer, but also more fascinating wine - brilliant, classic, old-fashioned white burgundy.

  £39.95