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Staff Pick

St. Aubin Blanc, Dom. Langoureau - 2016

Item # 38727 750mL
$39.96/ Single Bottle
$479.52 $431.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Domaine Langoureau is a small family domaine with most of their holdings in the village of Saint Aubin. This village Burgundy is fresh, elegant and got better and better over the course of 3 days. A charming white Burgundy for every day.


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Staff Pick Notes

If you've never tried a white or red Saint-Aubin, it is high time! It is certainly one of Burgundy's greatest values, given its proximity to Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, and Chassagne Montrachet. Sylvain and Nathalie Langoureau own plots in all of these distinguished appellations around Burgundy. Operating out of a modest garage-as-cellar, they treat Saint-Aubin wines with the same care and precision as the surrounding marquee vineyards. Medium-bodied and with a round, lush mouth-feel and a balancing streak of acidity from the limestone-rich soil, it can stand up to richer foods from the water, like monkfish and eel. Look for notes of apple, pear, spice, and a touch of smoke.

- DY

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