Domaine Alain Gras, Saint-Romain Blanc, 2019

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Domaine Alain Gras

Domaine Alain Gras has long been acknowledged as the pre-eminent vigneron in Saint-Romain; a village of wonderfully sited vineyards and a greater proportion of limestone than any other commune in Burgundy. It has also benefited greatly from recent climate change allowing previously overly cool sites (due to their high altitude) to now routinely achieve full ripeness and physiological maturity. The Domaine comprises 12 hectares of Saint-Romain (8-hectares planted with Chardonnay and 4-hectares with Pinot Noir) split into 42 separate parcels. However, Alain prefers blending the grapes from the individual sites to ensure complexity and consistency. The Saint-Romain Blanc from vines with an average age of 40-years-old, displays an impressive ripe core of white stone fruits, expressive minerally, elegance, finesse and tingling acidity.

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The illustrious wine region of Burgundy, home of the world's greatest Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, can be confusing for even experienced wine buffs. Spanning 26,000 hectares of vineyards and over 3,000 individual producers across nearly 100 different appellations, unlocking the mysteries of Burgundy for your drinking enjoyment can require a sense of adventure, but getting to know a few villages and their style is a good way to start the journey. Burgundy is broken into six distinct areas. Just south of Dijon, the Cote de Beaune and Cote de Nuits make up the larger Cote d'Or, considered the beating heart of Burgundian production and the focus of the fine wine world. Vineyards are divided into tiny parcels, and some growers may only own a row or less of vines in the most esteemed sites. Chablis, in the north, is famous for its crisp whites, while south of the Cote d'Or Cote Chalonnaise and Maconnais offer great value. Propping up the Burgundy map is the large region of Beaujolais, the place to uncover juicy, fruity, unoaked Gamay wines. For our Fine Wine Burgundy selection go to Fine Wine where you can choose from a top wine selection from the renowned villages of Puligny Montrachet, Meursault, Nuit St Georges, Gevrey Chambertin, and many more top Burgundian appellations.

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Cote de Beaune

Named for the primary town in the area, Beaune, the Cote de Beaune is an important wine-producing area in Burgundy, France. As part of the larger Cote d'Or region, along with Cote de Nuits, the best wines of the Cote de Beaune are amongst the finest in the world, with prices to match. The Cotes d'Or escarpment is the region's spine, and the best vineyards lie on the slopes, with limestone-rich soils. Vineyard class and status is determined by the quality of these soils, based on over 100 years of classifications. The area has a continental climate, with warm days and very cool nights, and there is a danger of springtime frosts and hail damage - in 2013 70 percent of the crop was lost. Well known appellations in the Cote de Beaune include Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, Volnay and Corton and there several Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards across the region. Outside of these smaller, premium growing areas, many vineyard sites have the regional Bourgogne appellation applied to them.

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Cote de Beaune


The small Burgundy appellation of Saint-Romain, off the beaten track in the Cote de Beaune region, can be forgotten amid the fanfare of its illustrious neighbours. This is great news for savvy wine buyers, as Saint-Romain presents good value and produces some excellent wines, particularly in warmer vintages. Located in an east-west valley that runs away from the main escarpment of the Cote d'Or, Saint-Romain's higher vineyard altitudes of up to 400 metres can occasionally make grape ripening difficult, and it can be a challenge to achieve vintage-to-vintage consistency. Pinot Noir is the key grape in the appellation, as it grows more healthily in the conditions than Chardonnay though the mineral, lean white wines from Saint-Romain can be exceptional. The Pinot Noir wines are deep-ruby coloured with flavours of black cherry and raspberry, spice and some smoky notes. They develop savoury characters as they age, with time also smoothing out the already fine tannins.

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Produced in wine regions across the world, Chardonnay is a white wine producing grape, and is made in many different styles. From the lean, crisp wines of Chablis, to the exceptional dry Blancs de Blancs of Champagne and the buttery, rich, oaky wines of the warmer regions of California, Chardonnay wines exhibit a full spectrum of flavours and styles. As a fairly neutral grape, it is the land, soil, location, climate and winemaker that have the biggest impact on this famous grape.

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