2018 Bourgogne Chardonnay, Domaine Vincent Prunier

Tasting Notes

"Fine aromas of white flowers, the palate has delicious peach and pear notes. A generous, layered wine with plenty of energy and freshness. Well-defined and complete with a long fine finish. 100% of the wine is aged in oak, but older barrels to bring complexity rather than overt oakiness. Vincent also keeps the wine in his cellar for 2 winters before it is bottled, allowing it to gain in texture and balance"


Vineyard Information

Based in Auxey Duresses, Vincent Prunier has quietly established a fine reputation for himself. Starting out in 1988 when he inherited 2 hectares from his parents, his Domaine now extends to 13 hectares in the Cote de Beaune with vineyards in Puligny, Chassagne, Meursault, Saint Aubin and of course Auxey-Duresses. Vincent has long advocated ploughing his vineyards to encourage deeper roots which in turn enables vines to capture the complexity and "terroir" of each site.

"Among growers, a little-known yet superb producer is young Vincent Prunier in Auxey-Duresses. Vincent Prunier works in a small winery behind his modest home. His winemaking is ideal: fresh, pure, free of extraneous oakiness and concentrated. Supplies are limited, but because he's largely unheralded, prices are reasonable." Matt Kramer, Los Angeles Times.


Colour White Origin France
Region Burgundy White ABV 12.50%
Drink From 2021 Drink To 2025
Special occasion, Fine Wine, Wine for the Cellar

Original Price £22.99

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£20.50per bottle
You save 11%