This is a serious expression of Bourgogne Blanc with a satisfyingly creamy medium-weight palate, notes of nectarine, vanilla and a touch of hazelnut.
Maison André Goichot is a medium-sized Burgundy negociant founded in 1947, and one of the few to remain family-owned and run. They work with purchased fruit alongside over 35 hectares of their own vineyards including Château de la Guiche in Montagny, and Château du Cray in Buxy.
The talented Adrien Goichot heads up the winemaking team and has built strong relationships with growers across the region, allowing them to offer a range of appellations. Especially strong in the Cote de Beaune and Cotes Chalonnaise, they offer a range of wines from across the region, notable for their purity of fruit, smart winemaking and tactful use of oak, while retaining balance and freshness.
From estate vineyards in the Cotes Chalonnaise densely planted to 10,000 vines per hectare. Handpicked harvest. Aged on 20% new French oak for 10 months