Three New White Burgundy Samplers

Burgundies have been the world’s most sought after white wines for centuries. The region produces an enormous range of wines, from everyday Petit Chablis to the extraordinary whites of Montrachet and its neighbors. In the glass White Burgundies among the most popular wines we know, a perfect balance between fruit, minerals, freshness and weight. We’ve collected three new samplers at three price points, designed to match any occasion.


White Burgundies #1

Ravaut Aligoté 2016: crisp, refreshing, precise and delicate
Maillet Macon-Villages 2015: smooth, unoaked, floral and honeyed
Gautheron Petit Chablis 2017: dry, minerally, refreshing and lively

Retail: $304, four of each


White Burgundies #2

Gros Fontaine-St-Martin blanc 2015: smooth, mouthfilling, tropical, toasty
Gautheron Chablis 1er “Vaucoupin” 2016: complex, unoaked, precise, balanced
Boyer-Martenot Meursault “Fernand Boyer” 2015: smooth, straw, nutty, floral

Retail: $536, four of each


White Burgundies #3

Boyer-Martenot Meursault “Narvaux” 2015: golden, rich, mouthfilling, tense
Boyer-Martenot Puligny-Montrachet 2015: graceful, precise, mineral, floral
Collet Chablis Grand Cru “Valmur” 2012: intense, elegant, gardenia, stones

Retail: $796, four of each