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Charles Van Canneyt - Bourgogne Chardonnay 2016

Charles Van Canneyt - Bourgogne Chardonnay 2016

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This Bourgogne Chardonnay is vivacious and fresh.

Having helmed the iconic Domaine Hudelot-Noellat since 2008, Charles Van Canneyt is well known among burgundy connoisseurs. Charles is Alain Hudelot’s grandson and a very talented and skilled winemaker in his own right.

Through his extensive network of Burgundy’s finest growers, Charles sources excellent grapes. By style, it’s aligned with the family wines, pure and terroir transparent. The Bourgogne Chardonnay is made from fruits from the Côte de Beaune.

The nose is subtle and fresh displaying citrus notes, hints of hazelnut and wet stones. The palate is delicate yet vibrant with plenty of tension. It can be paired with seafood, charred prawns and goat cheese. Drink now. 100% Chardonnay.

"A great Bourgogne Chardonnay made here with plenty of freshness and complexity. The balance strikes me as beautiful with some rich notes balanced out nicely by citrus notes."

Charles Van Canneyt buys must through an enviable network of top quality growers. His aim is to work with likeminded vignerons, who are respectful of their soil and who have exceptionally well-located vineyards. After being pressed, the wine is collected to be aged in Charles’ cellar. Maturation is undertaken in French oak barrels without new oak for twelve months.

What we say

"A great Bourgogne Chardonnay made here with plenty of freshness and complexity. The balance strikes me as beautiful with some rich notes balanced out nicely by citrus notes."

Technical notes

Charles Van Canneyt buys must through an enviable network of top quality growers. His aim is to work with likeminded vignerons, who are respectful of their soil and who have exceptionally well-located vineyards. After being pressed, the wine is collected to be aged in Charles’ cellar. Maturation is undertaken in French oak barrels without new oak for twelve months.