Out of stock
"Very nice balance between freshness and roundness for this Chardonnay."
Tasting notes: Carrefuly crafted nose with notes of hawthorn and angelica. The mouth offers beautiful bitters that require a refined cuisine.
Story:Married at 7 in 1337, widowed at 11, Marguerite de Flandre marries in a second wedding Philippe II de Bourgogne "the Bold". After her father died, she inherits countries of Bourgogne, Artois, Frandre, Rethel and Nevers.
Every true wine lover could write his or her love story with Burgundy. A first visit, the first time being thunderstruck by a wine, the revelation and sure knowledge that this place, and its wines, are something unique and special. For Francois Bannier, it was a Genevrières one grey, cold evening in November when the Chardonnay in his glass became the warm sunshine of springtime. For Gregory Hecht, a Clos de l'Arlot, from the very first place where he began his studies as an intern in 1993. And in Dijon, that same year, when the two, then students, met in the classrooms of the Master of Wine course they both were taking. Later, the two, now fast friends, created their winery in the south of France which bears their names, Hecht & Bannier. But Burgundy was never far away. Both knew they would have to return.
And so, this year, 2019, the Celliers des Dames was born, a negociant, and soon, a domaine, the Domaine du Jardin des Dames, blessed by a small vineyard. A new, and crazy challenge to return to the source, the vineyard, Burgundy, where both had learned their trade. Burgundy : the rarest and most exclusive vineyard in the world.
The "Dames de Bourgogne" pictured on the labels are the spokespeople. These women of yesterday, serenaded by Francois Villon, whose long shadows, visions and loves, formed from the earth itself, the terroirs, the Climats, now eternel, of Burgundy.
Sign up to get the latest on sales, new releases and more …