2019 Bourgogne Chardonnay, Côtes Salines, Domaine Gueguen (Chablis)

Tasting Notes

'This bright crisp Chablis lookalike is beautifully pale and refreshing, unoaked Chardonnay from the classic Kimmerdigen soils of the region, this is a stylish wine with lovely mouth-watering length and freshness, and offers exceptional value for money from this famous region' Aidan Bell 


Vineyard Information

Céline and Frédéric Gueguen have great pedigree in Chablis. Celine's father is the famous Chablisien Jean Marc Brocard and she worked at the family estate for 15 years. Frederic was winemaker at Durup and then Brocard. In 2013, Celine and Frederic decided to go it alone and create their own domaine. With the support of several longstanding local families, they now manage 23 hectares of vines in the villages of Chablis, Chichée, la Chapelle Vaupelteigne, aint-Bris and Irancy. We are very impressed with their wines.

This cuvée is classed as a Bourgogne Blanc, but is effectively a mini Chablis, grown on a Kimméridgian Argilo-Calcaire soil dating from the Late Jurassic, in the village of Prehy in Auxerrois, close to Chablis.


Colour White Origin France
Region Burgundy White ABV 12.50%
Drink From 2020 Drink To 2022
Everyday drinking, Special occasion

Original Price £14.99

Discounted to

£12.99per bottle
You save 13%