|EAN:||Buissonnier Bourgogne Chardonnay|
Milddroge Burgundy with finely ripe fruit and light butter in the aroma. Great to combine with cold starters with meat or fish but also delicious with poultry and fish dishes from the oven.
In the summer of 2013 hail storms caused great damage in the Côtes de Beaune. As a result: a small harvest and rising prices also of still available harvest years. Despite the dramatic reports we found a classic white burgundy with an attractive price. A bit further south in the Côte Chalonnaise and at the Vignerons de Buxy a cooperative of 120 family businesses.
The responsible oenologist Alain Pierre selects the grapes intended for the Cuvée Buissonnier per lot. The vineyards are high on the hills near Buxy on limestone siliceous soil. An ideal base for a low yield and a concentrated tasting long-ripening grape.
Part of the yeast harvest on stainless steel tanks and part on oak casks. Both wines are assembled before bottling. It is not a complex white burgundy but the wine offers a beautiful expression of the chardonnay from the Côte Chalonnaise. With the characteristic accessible round and slightly greasy taste.
|Producer||Cave de Buxy|
|Type of wine||Quiet|
|Biologically without a certificate||No|
Great to combine with cold starters with meat or fish but also delicious with poultry and fish dishes from the oven.