White Burgundy is coming back to its origins: elegance, subtlety and refined characteristics. The epitome of this cycle is Boyer-Martenot's Bourgogne Blanc. Delicate mineral notes intertwine with bolder vanilla and chestnut characteristics to make an easy-drinking, considered bottle.
Matthew Jukes, Wine Journalist:
"A thrilling wine, this is one of the most impressive BBs I can remember. Clean, bright, focussed and beautifully balanced, this wine is clean as a whistle, with heavenly restraint and beauty on display. It appears to me that this is not just a BB which is cobbled together from leftovers from other lieux-dits but a serious, noble wine in its own right. It takes me back to a time when Sauzet and others used to make Bourgogne Blanc that turned my head. Those days are long gone and there is a new BB star in town."