Bourgogne may be small in size, but its influence on the world of wine is mighty. These six top-quality wines from our extensive Burgundy portfolio prove just that. Including Chassagne-Montrachet, Meursault, Pouilly Fuisse and Chablis, the Merveilleux Burgundy Pack is not to be missed. Each bursting with texture and refreshment, these benchmark whites will please Burgundy fans new and long-standing.
In this pack, you receive one each of the following: Louis Michel Montee de Tonnerre 1er cru, Chablis 2018 Domaine Du Roc Des Boutires Aux Bouthieres, Pouilly Fuisse 2018 Laurent Ponsot Cuvée du Pandoréa , Meursault 2018 Julie Fevre Grand Cru Les Preuses , Chablis 2018 Domaine Francois Carillon Chassagne-Montrachet 2017 Domaine Michelot Meursault Les Narvaux, Meursault 2018
The 2018 Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre is another success this year, delivering inviting aromas of citrus zest, crisp green apple, white flowers and oyster shell. Medium to full-bodied, with good depth and tension, it's one of the more tightly wound, structured wines in the cellar.
92+ points, Wine Advocate (July 2020)
The 2018 Chablis Montée de Tonnerre is clean and precise on the nose, perhaps more in the vein of a traditional Chablis than, say, the Butteaux. The palate is fresh and lively with crisp acidity, impressive tension and a twist of sour lemon toward the finish that keeps this Chablis alert and alive. Excellent.
93 points, Vinous (September 2020)
Pure clear colour, the nose has a sunshine laden majesty to it without losing its character. Lots of flavour, very slightly peachy, some rose petal, but all subtly nuanced rather than heavy or heady. Fine weight of fruit on the palate. I like the way this stretches out at the finish.
(90-94) points, Inside Burgundy (May 2019)
A touch of reduction gives a welcome whiff of farmyard before pear juiciness takes over. That same generous, fresh fruitiness gets full rein on the palate of this wine. A midpalate texture of white citrus pith and chalk sets a counterpoint and lends structure. The finish is long and dry.
92 points, Wine Enthusiast (January 2020)
The 2018 Pouilly-Fuissé Aux Bouthières is also performing well, delivering a complex bouquet of pear, Meyer lemon, fresh bread, nutmeg and apricot. Medium to full-bodied, elegantly textural and incisive, it's bright and nicely balanced, with sneaky depth at the core and a penetrating, delicately saline finish. It will benefit from a couple of years in the cellar.
93 points, Wine Advocate (May 2020)
The 2018 Pouilly-Fuissé Aux Bouthières is an incredibly distinctive wine. Broad, ample and creamy, the 2018 possesses tremendous textural resonance and nuance that only builds over time. Lemon confit, white flowers, almonds, white pepper and a touch of reduction give the 2018 striking flavor complexity, but it is the wine's substance and overall depth that are most compelling. The 2018 is a fabulous wine by any measure. Don't miss it.
94 points, Vinous (October 2020)
Aromas of ripe citrus fruit, spices and honeycomb introduce the 2017 Chassagne-Montrachet Village, a medium to full-bodied, rich and gourmand wine with a fleshy core of fruit, succulent acids and nice balance for the near to medium-term.
(88-90) points, Wine Advocate (May 2019)
From 0.50ha largely in the well-placed Voillenots vineyard, with 25 to 30 year old vines. Pale lemon colour. Not too extrovert on the nose, a good steely backbone, sunny fruit with some orange blossom behind, and a good crisp finish.
89 points, Inside Burgundy (December 2018)