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DOMAINE DU ROC DES BOUTIRES Aux Bouthieres, Pouilly Fuisse 2017

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17 points - JH 17 JH DOMAINE DU ROC DES BOUTIRES Aux Bouthieres, Pouilly Fuisse 2017 DOMAINE DU ROC DES BOUTIRES Aux Bouthieres, Pouilly Fuisse 2017

DOMAINE DU ROC DES BOUTIRES Aux Bouthieres, Pouilly Fuisse 2017

<p>The <strong>Aux Bouthières</strong>, like its little brother, has is elegant while taking the richness up an octave, if not two. Beautiful rich honeyed and buttered stonefruit on the nose while the palate is textural, complex and very well balanced. This medium-bodied, classic Pouilly-Fuissé has a note of salinity while the zesty citrus and acidity keeps everything fresh.</p> <p>The <em>vieilles vignes</em> (mature vines) Chardonnay enjoy a higher altitude that most in Burgundy, between 250 and 500 metres above sea level. This combination gives the wines a complexity and freshness. The old vines are harvested by hand before being fermented on wood, aged on lees and then, when the vinification is complete, left to age for 12 months in oak.</p> <p>NOTE: Due to be classified Premier Cru in 2019</p> <p>'This is high-end Pouilly-Fuissé, and the vineyards, which total 4.2 hectares, are ideally situated in the shadow of Roche du Solutre. The domaine was purchased in 2017 by the Parinet family of Château du Moulin-à-Vent. (The wines) are very fine expressions of white Burgundy, with lovely texture and mouthfeel.' <strong>Jamie Goode, Wine Anorak, October 2018</strong>
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The Aux Bouthières, like its little brother, has is elegant while taking the richness up an octave, if not two. Beautiful rich honeyed and buttered stonefruit on the nose while the palate is textural, complex and very well balanced. This medium-bodied, classic Pouilly-Fuissé has a note of salinity while the zesty citrus and acidity keeps everything fresh.

The vieilles vignes (mature vines) Chardonnay enjoy a higher altitude that most in Burgundy, between 250 and 500 metres above sea level. This combination gives the wines a complexity and freshness. The old vines are harvested by hand before being fermented on wood, aged on lees and then, when the vinification is complete, left to age for 12 months in oak.

NOTE: Due to be classified Premier Cru in 2019

'This is high-end Pouilly-Fuissé, and the vineyards, which total 4.2 hectares, are ideally situated in the shadow of Roche du Solutre. The domaine was purchased in 2017 by the Parinet family of Château du Moulin-à-Vent. (The wines) are very fine expressions of white Burgundy, with lovely texture and mouthfeel.' Jamie Goode, Wine Anorak, October 2018

  • Style: Chardonnay
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Region: Pouilly-Fuisse
  • Code: ROCAUXBOUTH
  • Varietal: Chardonnay
  • Country: France
ABN: 13 133 179 656
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