This comes from a 4-hectare plot (altitude 382 metres), the Montagne de Cras, made up of 3 hectares of vines, and one hectare of great bio-diversity: scree slopes, hedges, orchards, limestone grasslands with numerous orchids and rare trees. The wine was made and aged in 30% new barrels, then all barrels were assembled prior to bottling without fining or filtration, the wine having fallen bright naturally. It is pale golden in colour, with freshly ripe aromas, and a splendid, fully rounded body, intense fruit and clean, energetic aftertaste (for drinking 2021-2023+).
2019 Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune Blanc Elévation 382, Boris Champy
(£22.50 per bottle)
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