Many people are not a fan of aligoté, the third-rate white grape from Burgundy. That's understandable, because it was produced in large bulk so dirty old men in Paris and Lyon could fill themselves with cheap kir (plonky white wine mixed with creme de cassis). But those people have never drunk aligoté from, for example, Francois Ecot or Isabel and Bruno Perraud. Never mind that of Yannick Durieux. Sourced from old vines at the old abbey of Saint-Vivant. Top terroir! A three-week maceration gives it grip and intensity. Making this a volatile, yet complex wine, almost mature after six years, but above all still fresh and youthful. Yummy!
A three-week maceration gives it grip and intensity. Making this a volatile, yet complex wine, almos..
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