The vines are located between Buxy and Saint Gengoux le National and are generally at the top of the hills. The soils are shallow, sometimes even in the bedrock. The grounds are very stony.
Its grapes come from clay-limestone soils predominantly limestone from the Côte Chalonnaise. The slopes are gentle and oriented East to South East.
The vinification takes place to start in stainless steel vats, then in barrels and oak casks. The duration of aging in wood varies according to the vintage.
Bourgogne Buissonnier Côte Chalonnaise Chardonnay has a beautiful light gold hue, the nose is clearly fruity (grapefruit, lemon, citrus), with hints of honeysuckle and hawthorn. A lively and frank attack, and a finish reminiscent of anise, make this wine a beautiful expression of Chardonnay.
Fish, seafood gratin, snails, white meats, goat cheese
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