Best of White Burgundy Trio


Perched on a gently-sloping hill twenty minutes south of Beaune lie white Burgundy’s three gems: Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet, and Meursault. The precise mixture of clay and limestone beneath these three neighbors is uniquely suited to Chardonnay.

Each town has its own character, and we prefer not to pick a favorite. So we’ve collected a trio of village-level whites from these three iconic towns. 

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Bohrmann Meursault “Vireuils” 2017
This up-slope Meursault from our newest producer is clear, precise, and exquisite. Bohrmann uses little oak, allowing the pure, golden Meursault fruit to shine through.

Morey Chassagne-Montrachet 2017
Morey’s modern style of Chassagne-Montrachet is intense and impeccably clean. Burghound called it “outstanding,” finding it “bold, rich” and “promising.”

Boyer-Martenot Puligny-Montrachet “Reuchaux” 2017
Vincent Boyer is a rising superstar in Burgundy (see Futures). His gorgeous village-level Puligny-Montrachet shows the depth and concentration for which the town is known.