Burgundy can rightly claim to be one of France’s oldest and noblest wine producing regions. From its numerous fragmented vineyard plots it has two regal assets, the aristocratic pinot noir giving velvety smooth, perfumed reds and the regal, globe- trotting chardonnay for its subtle, full-flavoured whites. At the heart of the region lies its great production area, the world famous Cote d’Or, comprised of the Cote de Nuits and the Cote de Beaune which give refined wines of intense warmth, balance and power.
The Beaujolais region is officially a part of Burgundy. In practice however its wines produced from the gamay grape make it a distinct area in its own right. The versatility and charm of Beaujolais gives immediate pleasure and the very best come from a cluster of ten village ‘Crus’ in the Haut Beaujolais to the north, where the vines thrive on the lime free granite soil. This ‘sunshine in the glass’ region is renowned equally as much for its bonhomie as for their juicy, flowery-fragrant wines.
|Beaujolais Village Vieilles Vignes Dom de la Rocailere 16
||Morgon La Voute Ste Vincent 17
||Brouilly Dit Baron 16|
|Brouilly Dom Michaud 16
||Fleurie de Montangeron 15||Fleurie Les Moriers 15/16
|Bourgogne Pinot Noir Henri Prudhon 17
|Givry Mieux les Roi Dan Jean Berthoux 17
||Savigny les Beaune les Pimentiers Camus Bouchon 16
||Savigny les Beaune Ponnelle 15|
|Beaune les Aigrots Sebastien Magnien 16
||Nuits St Georges les Lavieres Chauvenet 14||Gevrey Chambertin Boillot 15|