Domaine Boyer-Martenot Bourgogne Blanc 2021

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Alcohol: 13,5%

Grape(s): Chardonnay

Localization: Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France

Tasting Notes: Boyer-Martenot Bourgogne Blanc is white-gold with hints of light green. The wine has a very open and fiery nose infused with burnt wood mixed with vanilla extracts and roasted chestnuts. Mineral and delicate notes on the palate; concentrated characteristics of mainly fresh fruit like peach and pear.

Food pairing: Best served as an aperitif with a 'creme de cassis' blackcurrant. Or enjoy with a white turkey salad drizzled with walnut oil or simply with a freshwater fish.

The Domain: After World War II, André Boyer inherited the Domaine from his mother Lucie, who up until then had been running the winery entirely by herself. In 1945 André married Juliette Devèze who was born and raised in the adjoining village of Puligny Montrachet. Their son, Yves, continued his family's tradition and married Marie Cécile Martenot, the daughter of a winemaker in Meursault. Their son, Vincent Boyer, is now the newest owner of the Domaine.

The Domaine has in total 10 hectares of vineyards spread across various locations of the Côte de Beaune including Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, Auxey-Duresses and Pommard. From 1997 to 2007 the Domaine acquired more parcels of land giving them a wider selection of appellations including Meursault "Les Tillets", Meursault 1er Cru "Les Perrieres", and Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru "Le Cailleret".

The vines and soil give the wine a great quality which is why it is important to manage them with both respect and care. To ensure that the wine produced is of high quality, traditional methods are used involving little or no product (sprays, chemicals, etc.) soil cultivation, crop care, green harvest, and handpicking. Using these old-fashioned methods and less machinery allows for the wines to develop naturally which means they are very similar to organic winemaking, however, they don't have the 'Bio' label.