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Domaine François Carillon Bourgogne Cote d'Or Chardonnay 2020

Domaine François Carillon Bourgogne Cote d'Or Chardonnay 2020

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Domaine François Carillon Bourgogne Cote d'Or Chardonnay  2020

Bourgogne Côte d’Or is a classification created in 2017. It is described as a Bourgogne with additional Geographical Denomination – in this case the heartland of the Burgundy region.

It applies to red and white wines produced in the 40 villages of the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits. These may only be made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Gamay and Aligoté are excluded, and may only be made as Bourgogne.

In the year of inception there were just under 200 hectares of Pinot Noir and around 90 hectares of Chardonnay within the appellation (c. 495 and 225 acres). It has been estimated that the total might rise to 1,000 hectares, (2,470 acres) with a similar red: white split.

The denomination serves elevate the “junior” vineyards and wines made here from the equivalent designation in less revered parts of Burgundy. In basic terms, it can help explain why one Bourgogne Pinot Noir (or Chardonnay) costs considerably more than another.

Reaction to the new designation has been mixed, with some portraying the exercise as a way to raise prices. The addition of another appellation has been bemoaned by some who feel most consumers find Burgundy confusing enough already. Others point to the relative familiarity of the term Côte d’Or with (slightly more informed) drinkers.

It is a similar situation among producers, who may welcome the extra flexibility and the chance to communicate geographic location within the Bourgogne AOP. Larger negociant firms have been among the more vocal supporters. Opponents, however, feel the designation is another step which dilutes the concept of terroir.

Overt vanilla aromas tends to come with barrel fermentation more than via the more gentle processes involved in barrel maturation, and from new wood rather than used oak. Older barrels are more about gentle oxidation rather than transfer of vanillins and similar aroma compounds.

However, when strictly discussing buttery characters malolactic fermentation (the conversion of malic acid to lactic acid) can play at least as big a role as oak. Lees aging also adds texture.

Such wines tend to come from regions or sites where white grapes achieve high levels of ripeness, and/or feature grape varieties which can attain high sugar levels. From this comes reasonable levels of alcohol by volume.

This means ripe fruit aromas balance the oak charcters. Morever, the viscosity of a higher alcohol white wine adds a silkiness which can ally to buttery aromas.

Pale lemon yellow in color with intense and fresh notes of yellow peach against a salty mineral background. And with vanilla, cream, cream, coconut, buttered toast, stewed fruit, peaches, apricots, tropical full-bodied wine, dominated by white fruits, with a refreshing finish.

Pairs well with shellfish, chicken, white fish and cheeses such as Brie, Fromage d’Affinois and Delice de Bourgogne.

Origin : Cote De Beaune, Bourgogne, France
Type: White Wine
Grapes : Chardonnay
Alcohol : 13%
Bottle Size:750ml
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