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Made by one of the best producers in the region, this is a cool, crisp, classic White Burgundy.
In fact, this is Chardonnay in its element with lots of green apple and lemon flavours.
One to put with simply done seafood, like sea bass or salmon.
To enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
Olly Smith - Event Magazine, Mail on Sunday 04/05/2014
Of the 2013 vintage, Olly Smith said: "Rip-roaring value for finesse, creamy texture an dfruit that's so snappy it's practically a crocodile."
Matthew Jukes - Weekend, Daily Mail 10/05/2014
Of the 2013 vintage, Matthew Jukes said: "There are so many cheap white burgundies out there dumbing down this iconic style of chardonnay from the greatest region in the world, but this newly released, brilliantly balanced white isn't one of them. You can see for yourself just how sensational it is".
Matthew Jukes - Weekend, Daily Mail 07/06/2014
Of the 2013 vintage, Matthew Jukes said: "Tesco has a finest White Burgundy too, which is a nice wine, but my preference is this 'normal' version, which is a real star. Pristine and well appointed, it's a superb little unoaked Chardonnay."
Olly Smith - BBC Saturday Kitchen 05/07/2014
Of the 2013 vintage, Olly Smith said: “An epic white Burgundy – it’s the juice of the Gods. This wine comes from France’s Burgundy region, the grapes are Chardonnay and it’s been cleverly crafted to give a creamy texture without resorting to oak aging. Now with plenty of big-name burgundies capable of burning a hole, not just in your wallet, but in your whole bank account, this wine is worth looking out for, it’s an absolute steal. A wine with a spring in its step and a richness of flavour… pleasure to the max.”
Part of the BCB Group, Cave de Prissé was founded in 1928 and merged with the Caves Verzé and Sologny in 1998, and today the winery has three production centres. All is co-ordinated from Prissé using all the latest modern equipment.
This Co-operative has 352 members with just over 1000 hectares under vine in the Southern Maconnais. The vineyards, composed of clay and calcium, are in an excellent south, south-east facing position.