This comes from an area near the little-known 1st Growth called Maranges, to the south of Santenay. “Always very beautiful grapes, and very ripe,” says Jean-Baptiste Clair, and the tasting bears him out. The wine is pale lemon in colour, with clean fresh aromas, very appealing. Palate has good fruit and weight, without heaviness. Finish is rich and fresh (for drinking 2019-2020+).
2017 Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune Blanc, Domaine Françoise et Denis Clair
£198.60 per case
(£16.55 per bottle)
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