Bourgogne Aligoté: Closerie des Alisiers 2021

A zesty, young Bourgogne Aligoté that makes a cracking kir or pre-prandial sharpener. We very much hope you will appreciate it as much as we do!

Bottle
£15.25
Bottle (Case)
£183.00
Tasting Notes

A light, un-oaked Bourgogne Aligoté selected by the talented Stephane Brocard, bottled under his Closerie des Alisiers range of affordable Burgundy, made from grapes sourced entirely from a single source at Domaine des Coteaux du Val Lamartinien. Fresh and vibrant, with flinty minerality, notes of citrus, hazelnuts and cashews. Drink young with chicken, white fish or spring vegetables.

About this wine
StyleWhite Wine, Sec, Light-bodied, Non Sparkling
Wine RegionBurgundy, Bourgogne
Grape Variety (Cépage)Aligoté
Food & Wine MatchingCheese, Chicken and Turkey, Seafood, White Fish
ViticultureNon-Organic
Vintage2021
CellarageBest drunk young, within 2 to 3 years of production.
VinificationRigorously controlled and graded grapes are harvested at optimum maturity, pressed and fermented in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks prior to fining, filtration and Spring bottling.
Alcohol By Volume (%)12.5
Producer

Yves Chéron

Yves Chéron (aka Pascal Frères) is a Négociant-Vinificateur – a wine merchant and winemaker, who lives on an attractive estate below the Dentelles de Montmirail. He produces his own Gigondas & Vacqueyras (both named Grand Montmirail) from vineyards at the domaine, as well as vinifying wines from bought in grapes at his négociant enterprise, Pascal Frères, which is situated between the two villages.

 

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