For 50 years Julien Bouchard dedicated himself to making some of the finest wines in Burgundy. In 1955, without anyone to leave his winery and vineyards to, he chose Albert Bichot to take on and continue his legacy. A wise choice – Bichot has been rated Burgundy’s best producer of both the region's red and white wines, and a number of their releases have become one of the favourites of our customers.
This new release is crafted from grapes from the sunny Mâcon in southern Burgundy, lending lightly honeyed fruit and a bright minerality, with lees ageing for an extra layer of complexity. Rounded and well balanced, it’s one to serve in wide-bowled glasses with white meat dishes like creamy chicken pie, pork casserole or panfried salmon.
Review "A true Burgundian name for a true Burgundian wine. Elegant, rich, complex and classic." Jehan Sacaze, Buyer for Burgundy