Bonnaire Cramant 2014
A different kettle of fish to the 13 which was more classic in style. This has a broader more approachable feel. The palate is still classic, chalky Chardonnay from Cramant but with a more generous weight especially as it glides down. Warm, rich and engaging mid to late creating a distinctly moreish wine.
The house was founded in 1932 and is now run by the fourth generation, Jean-Etienne and Jean-Emmanuel, who work with a large chunk of vineyards mainly in the brilliant village of Cramant. They also have vines in Chouilly, Oiry, Bergeres les Vertus and Cuis. They are HVE certified and use malolactic throughout their wines and some oak in Cuvée Variance. Their wines show a wonderful creamy side to the village; round, opulent and moreish with a nicely poised zesty edge.
Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs