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Julien Bouchard Blanc Coteaux Bourguignons 2017
France’s Burgundy region is home to the world’s most exquisite Chardonnay. This silky, pure-fruited example hails from the prestigious house of Albert Bichot and 2017 IWC Winemaker of the Year Alain Serveau. Guaranteed to impress.
Château de Dracy Bourgogne Blanc 2017
This fine Burgundy exclusive from the noble (and highly praised) house of Albert Bichot shows off the excellent 2016 vintage. Boasting layers of citrus and apple, plus subtle toasty oak, it’s a fine Chardonnay for a dinner party.
Abbesse de Loire Crémant Blanc NV
Noël Bougrier’s lovely Loire Valley crémant was made in the traditional method and offers delicate bubbles with inviting aromas and flavors of fresh pear, green apple, and juicy peach. A fantastic-value alternative to pricier Champagne.
Domaine Dampt Vieilles Vignes 2018
Steely, minerally Chablis is one of the world’s iconic whites, and few do it better than the award-winning Dampt family. From France’s great 2018 vintage, this elegant, old-vine (‘vieilles vignes’) Chardonnay offers remarkable value.
Les Belons 2019
When winemakers along France’s Atlantic Coast finish a long work day, they flock to Cap Ferret’s beachside oyster shacks. It was here that our expert discovered Les Belons, a vibrant, citrus-packed white named for Bordeaux’s prized oysters.