Burgundy


Burgundy’s Maison Chanzy Bouzeron Clos de la Fortune Monopole (Episode 215)

This wine was kindly given to us by some friends – John and Matthew – thanks, guys!

The wine is made from the Aligote grape which is grown in the Burgundy or Bourgogne.

We both loved the wine it is a very classy wine which for white wine is very complex on both the nose and palate.

Straw in colour, melon, peppers and even Weetabix on the nose!

On the palate, the melon is still very much present with a touch of honey and green peppers.

The wine has great complexity and a great length for white wine.

Hopefully, this link will help you find out where you can source this wine local to you

https://www.wine-searcher.com/find/maison+chanzy+clos+de+la+fortune+bouzeron+cote+chalonnaise+burgundy+france

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91. Tasting Nuits-Saint-George – Burgundy – Episode 24 – Part 2

In part 2 we move to another region in Burgundy, the Cote de Nuits, from which we taste a wine that is internationally renowned – the Nuits-Saint-George. This is by far the most expensive wine we have tasted to date – will it live up to it’s price tag.


90. Tasting Meursault – Episode #24 Part 1

We taste an absolutely fabulous Meursault, or to you and me a Chardonnay from the region of Meursault of the larger Burgundy Region. Although the most expensive white wine, just; just a tad more expensive than the Chablis we tasted, this wine really, really impressed both John’s. It has to be said that it’s price is also pretty impressive, unfortunately!

 


89. Burgundy – Meausault & Nuits-Saint-Gearge – Wine Tasting Introduction – Episode #24

This is a very special Episode where we taste some great wines from the wine regions of Cote de Beaune and Cote de Nuits, which are both part of the greater wine region of Burgundy. So will the most expensive wines we have tasted so far prove to be worth the extra pennies, sorry Euros!