Côte de Beaune
Certain vineyards in Saint-Aubin have topography that is similar to the nearby Hautes-Côtes de Beaune, (altitude of almost 400 m), but others resemble the better-known villages of Puligny and Chassagne-Montrachet. The hamlet of Gamay is located in this village, but despite its name, it is indeed the Chardonnay grape that yields wines that rival those of their illustrious neighbours.
Pleasingly woody with fruity aromas, a touch of white flowers and minerality which with ageing will evolve towards cinnamon and subtle notes of pepper. Supple and elegant, this wine boasts harmonious balance in addition to remarkable length on the palate.
Ideal with fine fish and seafood, this wine is also a good match for white meats, poultry in sauce and full-flavoured cheeses.
Serving and keeping
Serve between 12 and 14°C. (53°F - 57°F)
This wine is ready to drink though it may be laid down for 3 to 5 years.
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