Domaine Marchard de Gramont picks every Pinot Noir grape by hand before it ages this light, smooth Pinot Noir in its 11th-century cellar for up to 14 months in both French and American oak.
Displaying subtle hints of red fruit and violets on the nose, with a well rounded palate of cherry and raspberry fruit with a rounded texture. Gently tannic and with good length.
Aged in oak for a year, this is complex, aromatic and boasts a heady palate of almond, honey, toast and stone fruit.
Domaine Pierres Sauvages is a tiny, 3-hectare, family owned vineyard, and this is boutique white Burgundy at its best.
This wine is all about finesse with elegant flavours of citrus and acacia flowers wrapped in a rounded mouth feel and followed by a fine mineral finish.
Crémant is made with the same traditional method as Champagne. Allowing nine months of secondary fermentation brings a creamy character to notes of citrus and green apple.
As seen on TV. The palate is richer with ripe apple, lemon and a slight note of toast yet retains a delightful freshness in a long persistent finish.
Bouchard Aîné & Fils has produced Pinot Noir in the heart of Burgundy since 1750.